US itself is biggest threat to peace, stability in South China Sea: China

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'The United States itself is not qualified to make a responsible remark on the issue of the South China Sea,' China's deputy permanent representative at the UN, Dai Bing, said.

Participating in the high-level open debate 'Enhancing Maritime Security - A Case for International Cooperation' of the UN Security Council chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi through videoconference, Bing said "I wish to point out that the Security Council is not the right place to discuss the issue of trust the South China Sea."

He said, "The United States itself is not qualified to make a responsible remark on the issue of the South China Sea. The United States has been stirring up trouble out of nothing, arbitrarily sending advanced military vessels and aircraft into their South China Sea as provocations and publicly trying to drive a wedge into regional countries, especially countries concerned. This country itself has become the biggest threat to peace and stability in the South China Sea.

China's territorial claims in the South China Sea and its efforts to advance into the Indian Ocean are seen to have challenged the established rules-based system.

 

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