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China must respect international maritime laws: Khurshid

by Ani 1:19 mins

China must respect international maritime laws: Khurshid

by Ani 1:19 mins

Union Foreign Minister, Salman Khurshid today said that Beijing should respect maritime rights of other countries to navigate freely in the much-disputed South China Sea, while stating clearly that any presumed threat by China to its sovereignty can be resolved through dialogue.

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