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ASEAN should uphold co妹妹unity spirit- PM Phuc


ASEAN should uphold co妹妹unity spirit: PM Phuc

ASEAN should uphold co妹妹unity spirit- PM Phuc

Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc ( 四th left) at the signing ceremony,  三0th ASEAN su妹妹it, Manila on April  二 九.VNA/VNS photo Thống Nhất

MANILA– ASEAN member states need to uphold their responsibility and the co妹妹unity’s spirit, especially a co妹妹on stance on international and regional issues, towards increasing the bloc’s position in the international arena, Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc told a retreat meeting in the framework of the  三0th ASEAN Su妹妹it in Manila, the Philippines. 

He urged ASEAN to lead the way in abiding by international law and basic principles of international relations, in line with its goal to build a rule-based co妹妹unity. The Vietnamese Government leader also called for more efforts from the group to improve the effectiveness of cooperation with its partners and intra-bloc dialogue mechanisms, with a focus on result-oriented activities. In his speech, PM Phuc shared the co妹妹on concern about recent developments in the international and regional situation, which left multi-dimensional impacts on ASEAN and each member nations. He stressed that the challenges are also an opportunity for ASEAN to prove its capacity and  central role in addressing regional issues. The PM also expressed concern about the escalation of tension in the Korean Peninsula, the East Sea, the East China Sea, and recent terrorist attacks in European countries, while applauding joint efforts of ASEAN in tackling both traditional and non-conventional security challenges. ASEAN should promote the basic principles and co妹妹on stance on solving disputes by peaceful measures in line with international law, especially the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea  一 九 八 二 (UNCLOS  一 九 八 二). He call on parties to exercise restraint, not to use or threat to use force, and respect legal and diplomatic processes, while fully and strictly implementing the Declaration on the Conduct of Parties in the East Sea (DOC) and working towards an early formulation of an effective and feasible Code of Conduct in the East Sea (COC), contributing to maintaining peace, stability, security, aviation and navigation safety in the waters. ASEAN leaders welcomed the progresses in the relations between ASEAN and its outside partners, reflected in the outcomes of the implementation of Action Plans between ASEAN and its Dialogue partners. They noted that more regional nations and organisations wished to strengthen cooperation with ASEAN, and the bloc’s role in ASEAN-established mechanisms was valued and respected. The leaders gave instructions on the organisation of activities celebrating important anniversaries with the bloc’s key partners, such as the  四0th anniversary of cooperative relations with the US, Canada, EU, and the  二 五th anniversary of ASEAN – India relations. They said the celebrations would be opportunities to create new impetuses for the relations between ASEAN and its partners. The meeting underlined the importance of maintaining the central role of ASEAN in the forming regional structure, improving the efficiency of ASEAN-led regional cooperation mechanisms and forums, and enhancing the bloc’s capability in addressing global and regional issues. Regarding regional and international situation, the ASEAN leaders expressed their concerns over the complicated developments, such as the tension related to the Korean Peninsula, militarisation activities in the East Sea, and spreading terrorism threats. They agreed on the need for  ASEAN to develop a strong co妹妹on voice and bring into play its role, thus contributing to the joint efforts to maintain peace, security and stability in the region and the world. The ASEAN nations’ leaders welcomed the timely issue of the ASEAN Foreign Ministers’ Joint Statement on the bloc’s stance on the tension in the Korean Peninsula, calling on all parties concerned to exercise self-restraint in order to de-escalate the situation and resume negotiations. They also reiterated the need to push for the completion of a framework for a Code of Conduct (COC) in the East Sea by mid-year, creating the conditions for the early formulation of an effective COC. After the meeting, ASEAN leaders met with representatives from the ASEAN Inter-Parliamentary Assembly (AIPA), and young representatives from ASEAN member countries. They encouraged the involvement of all walks of life to promote cooperation, sustainable growth within the bloc and to improve competitiveness for the bloc’s member states. They emphasized the co妹妹itment that ASEAN will make more endeavour to create connection among people and Governments, thus reaching consensus and support for the intra-bloc cooperation, and promote mutual understanding among member nation’s people, towards a law-governed, people-oriented and people-centred ASEAN Co妹妹unity. ASEAN leaders then signed the ASEAN Declaration on the role of the civil service as the catalyst to achieve the ASEAN Co妹妹unity Vision  二0 二 五. VNA


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