Country signs agreement on resolving maritime issues with Vietnam.

By bne IntelliNews October 13, 2011
China and Vietnam signed an agreement on basic principles guiding the settlement of maritime issues existing between the two countries. As reported by Xinhua's China Economic Information Service, the agreement stated that the six-point agreement is in accordance with the consensus reached by the leaders of both the countries and is based on a 1993 agreement on basic principles for resolving territorial and border issues existing between the two countries. The two countries is expected to remain committed to friendly consultations, in an effort to properly handle maritime issues and make the South China Sea a sea of peace, friendship and cooperation.

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