China won't 'bully' neighbours over South China Sea, foreign minister says

China' says it's extensive territorial claims are based on historic maps.

17/1/2022 3:26:00 PM

China won't 'bully' neighbours over South China Sea, foreign minister says

China' says it's extensive territorial claims are based on historic maps.

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Haha ignorance is a bliss You just can't trust China by just a few words like that...Go into a proper agreement together with Asean members. Stop it!!! Ha ha ha 😂😂😂 Big bro...don't lie again...if CCP can trust...dead people can wake 😂😂 No bigger lie has been made. An arbitrary wish washy line drawn on the fancy of a party of one. Oh yea, the tooth fairy has gone to dental school too

Hahahahahahahaha ... 'your base are belong to us'

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