Ebene Magazine – China calls for « basic etiquette » after Philippine minister’s outbreak

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China on Tuesday urged the Philippines to adhere to « basic etiquette » and avoid megaphone diplomacy after the Southeast Asian nation’s foreign minister used an expletive Twitter message to demand that China’s ships leave controversial waters / p> Teodoro Locsin’s comments, known for occasional blunt remarks, follow Manila’s protests against the so-called illegal presence of hundreds of Chinese boats in the Philippines’ 200-mile Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ).

A statement called The Chinese Foreign Ministry urges the Philippines to respect the nation’s sovereignty and jurisdiction and not to take any action that complicates the situation.

« Facts have repeatedly proven that microphone diplomacy cannot change facts, only mutual trust can undermine, « it said.

 » Hopefully relevant people will come to the P Hilippines adhere to basic etiquette and their position when making comments. « 

The ministry cited comments from Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte that differences between countries on individual issues should not affect friendship and cooperation.

 » China has always worked and will continue to work with the Philippines to properly resolve differences and promote cooperation through friendly consultations. « 

China claims almost the entire South China Sea, through which about $ 3 trillion in shipping trade every year flow. In 2016 an arbitration tribunal in The Hague ruled that his claim was incompatible with international law.

« I will not use the last provocation as an excuse to lose it. But if Wang Yi follows Twitter, I am sorry, that I hurt his feelings, but only his, « Locsin said on Tuesday on Twitter, referring to the head of the Chinese government diplomat.

Duterte has reminded his officials that there is no room for diplomacy for curses there. « Only the President can curse, » his spokesman Harry Roque said at a regular press conference.

(This story was not edited by NDTV staff and is automatically generated from a syndicated feed.)

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