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South China Sea: China reiterates arbitration is not legally binding

China’s Foreign Ministry has repeated the country’s stance that the award by an arbitral tribunal on the South China Sea issue is not legally binding. The remarks came after Japan said China should abide by international law and accept the arbitration result. Lu Kang, the ministry’s spokesman, insisted the award was null and void. He added that most ASEAN member countries felt the dispute should be settled through direct dialogue between the countries involved.

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