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China tells Japan not to interfere in South China Sea


07-13-2016 00:40 BJT

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Chinese Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Lu Kang says Japan should refrain from inflamatory actions on the South China Sea issue. He was responding to Japan's Foreign Ministry which said the ruling is final and legally binding on the parties to the dispute under the provisions of the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea.

The Japanese Foreign Ministry said the parties to the case are required to comply with the decision. Lu Kang said Japan should consider its relations with China, and regional peace and stability, and stop interfering in this issue.

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