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U.S. Lawmakers Call Chinese Actions In South China Sea 'troubling'

by Wochit 0:36 mins

U.S. Lawmakers Call Chinese Actions In South China Sea 'troubling'

by Wochit 0:36 mins

Six U.S. senators urged their colleagues on Friday to support legislation reaffirming U.S. support for freedom of navigation, saying they consider China's recent actions in the South China Sea troubling. "These actions threaten the free flow of global commerce in a vital region," Democratic Senators Robert Menendez of New Jersey, Ben Cardin of Maryland and Patrick Leahy of Vermont and Republicans Marco Rubio of Florida, Jim Risch of Idaho and John McCain of Arizona said in a joint statement.

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