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The Foreign Minister of Malaysia said the country has come together with China in agreement that peace and stability must be maintained in the South China Sea, an often-contested area that has caused international clashes. Yesterday the Minister held a joint press conference with the Foreign Minister and State Councillor where they agreed that debate over the South China Sea was only a small hiccup in the bilateral relations between the two countries who have much deeper connections and partnerships. The two officials held the press conference after co-hosting the newly created Malaysia-China High-Level Committee on Cooperation in the post-Covid-19 […]

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1 hour ago, Thaiger said:

The Foreign Minister of Malaysia said the country has come together with China in agreement that peace and stability must be maintained in the South China Sea, an often-contested area that has caused international clashes. Yesterday the Minister held a joint press conference with the Foreign Minister and State Councillor where they agreed that debate over the South China Sea was only a small hiccup in the bilateral relations between the two countries who have much deeper connections and partnerships. The two officials held the press conference after co-hosting the newly created Malaysia-China High-Level Committee on Cooperation in the post-Covid-19 […]

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2 hours ago, Thaiger said:

The Foreign Minister of Malaysia said the country has come together with China in agreement that peace and stability must be maintained in the South China Sea, an often-contested area that has caused international clashes. Yesterday the Minister held a joint press conference with the Foreign Minister and State Councillor where they agreed that debate over the South China Sea was only a small hiccup in the bilateral relations between the two countries who have much deeper connections and partnerships. The two officials held the press conference after co-hosting the newly created Malaysia-China High-Level Committee on Cooperation in the post-Covid-19 […]

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Unless the Thaiger knows something nobody else does this report is unbelievably and wildly inaccurate.

Unless the territorial disputes have magically been resolved, Malaysia and China do absolutely NOT "agree over South China Sea".

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9 hours ago, Thaiger said:

The Foreign Minister of Malaysia said the country has come together with China in agreement that peace and stability must be maintained in the South China Sea, an often-contested area that has caused international clashes. Yesterday the Minister held a joint press conference with the Foreign Minister and State Councillor where they agreed that debate over the South China Sea was only a small hiccup in the bilateral relations between the two countries who have much deeper connections and partnerships. The two officials held the press conference after co-hosting the newly created Malaysia-China High-Level Committee on Cooperation in the post-Covid-19 […]

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Something is brewing. Malaysia selling stuff again to China? Another 1MDB saga on the way

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3 minutes ago, HiuMak said:

Something is brewing. Malaysia selling stuff again to China? Another 1MDB saga on the way

Reminds me in the corruption cases in the Solomon Islands we saw these days. A typical buy in from China like they did in the Pacific and trying it in South America.

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The Solomon Island simply changed financial backers from Taiwan to China. As have other Pacific Islands. Any corruption in it has been long established.

The Solomon Islands have a history of often violent turmoil that is based in economic problems that without substantial continuing  financial aid will have no solution because it's own resources have already been massively depleted..

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There will never be an agreement to let the CCP take over 95% of this Sea, and the countries who contest and despise their bullying have not changed their stance. Best everyone get together and change it to it's real name the South Sea as it has no need for the name China to be in there at all.

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30 minutes ago, NCC1701A said:

communist propaganda. shame on you Thaiger.  

I've read some appallingly bad articles here that have been badly re-written by 'Google re-write', but this has to be the worst headline by far.

Simply inexcusable.

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 the fact that China is also working with us on the conclusion of the Code of Conduct.”

"Code of conduct" don't think China knows what this means.

Doesn't really inspire any confidence.

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