Malaysia, Indonesia share common stance on East Sea issue World

Malaysia, Indonesia share common stance on East Sea issue

Malaysian Prime Minister Ismail Sabri Yaakob has said his country and Indonesia share the view that the East Sea (internationally called the South China Sea) issue must be resolved through the diplomatic channel with respect for international law.
Malaysia affirms consistent stance on East Sea issue World

Malaysia affirms consistent stance on East Sea issue

Malaysian Prime Minister Ismail Sabri Yaakob has affirmed his country's consistent position that issues concerning the East Sea (internationally called South China Sea) must be managed in a peaceful and rational manner through dialogue and consultations, utilising appropriate forums and diplomatic channels.
Australia, US stress importance of ensuring freedoms in East Sea World

Australia, US stress importance of ensuring freedoms in East Sea

Australia and the US underlined the importance of countries’ ability to exercise their maritime rights and freedoms in the South China Sea (called East Sea in Vietnam), consistent with the 1982 UN Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS), including freedom of navigation and overflight and other internationally lawful uses of the sea related to these freedoms.
Top US diplomat emphasises need to ensure rules-based maritime order World

Top US diplomat emphasises need to ensure rules-based maritime order

The international community has long benefited from the rules-based maritime order, where international law, as reflected in the 1982 UN Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS), sets out the legal framework for all activities in the oceans and seas, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken has said.
South China Sea Int'l Conference kicks off Politics

South China Sea Int'l Conference kicks off

The 12th South China Sea International Conference, with the theme “Maintaining Peace and Cooperation through a Time of Turbulence”, kicked off on November 16 in both the in-person and online formats.
Joint patrols help maintain security in East Sea Videos

Joint patrols help maintain security in East Sea

Many international maritime routes pass through the East Sea, making it the world’s second-busiest shipping lane in terms of commercial activities, after the Mediterranean. The sea, however, has been threatened with potential instability from frequent piracy, while sovereignty disputes over islands are becoming more complex.