1. Marcos to invoke 2016 PCA ruling to assert territorial rights  pna.gov.ph
  2. In turnaround, Marcos pledges to uphold Hague ruling  Rappler
  3. Marcos: PH won't give up maritime territory, but won't go to war either  Manila Bulletin Online
  4. 'We can't go to war with China': Marcos echoes Duterte on West Philippine Sea  Philstar.com
  5. Marcos on defending sovereignty: We talk to China with a firm voice  GMA News Online
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MANILA – President-elect Ferdinand "Bongbong" Marcos Jr. on Thursday said he would protect the Philippines’ sovereign rights in its maritime domain and uphold the Hague-based Permanent Court of Arbitration's (PCA) 2016 ruling invalidating most of China’s South China Sea (SCS)...MANILA – President-elect Ferdinand "Bongbong" Marcos Jr. on Thursday said he would protect the Philippines’ sovereign rights in its maritime domain and uphold the Hague-based Permanent Court of Arbitration's (PCA) 2016 ruling invalidating most of China’s South China Sea (SCS)...

Marcos to invoke 2016 PCA ruling to assert territorial rights | Philippine News Agency

Philippine president-elect Ferdinand Marcos Jr said Thursday he would uphold an international ruling against Beijing over the disputed South China Sea, insisting he would not let China trample on Manilas maritime rights. China claims almost all of the resource-rich waterway, through which trillions ..Philippine president-elect Ferdinand Marcos Jr said Thursday he would uphold an international ruling against Beijing over the disputed South China Sea, insisting he would not let China trample on Manilas maritime rights. China claims almost all of the resource-rich waterway, through which trillions ..

Marcos Jr Says Philippines To Uphold South China Sea Ruling - UrduPoint

Ferdinand Marcos Jr. on Thursday said he would uphold a 2016 decision by The Hague-based Permanent Court of ArbitrationFerdinand Marcos Jr. on Thursday said he would uphold a 2016 decision by The Hague-based Permanent Court of Arbitration

Marcos to assert Hague ruling | Global News

"We talk to China consistently with a firm voice... We cannot go to war... so we have to continue to discuss with them the conflicting claims that we have with China and that China has with other members of the ASEAN," Marcos said."We talk to China consistently with a firm voice... We cannot go to war... so we have to continue to discuss with them the conflicting claims that we have with China and that China has with other members of the ASEAN," Marcos said.

'We can't go to war with China': Marcos echoes Duterte on West Philippine Sea | Philstar.com

Philippine President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. said he would not negotiate with China regarding territorial integrity but that he did not desire or intend to go to war, GMA News and Public Affairs reported May 26.Philippine President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. said he would not negotiate with China regarding territorial integrity but that he did not desire or intend to go to war, GMA News and Public Affairs reported May 26.

Philippines: Marcos Clarifies Foreign Policy Amid Questions of Territorial Integrity

President-elect Ferdinand "Bongbong" Marcos Jr. on Thursday said his administration would defend the country's sovereignty by talking to China  "with a firm voice."President-elect Ferdinand "Bongbong" Marcos Jr. on Thursday said his administration would defend the country's sovereignty by talking to China  "with a firm voice."

Marcos on defending sovereignty: We talk to China with a firm voice │ GMA News Online

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'There is no wiggle room there. Our sovereignty is sacred. We will not compromise it in any way,' President-elect Ferdinand Marcos Jr. says'There is no wiggle room there. Our sovereignty is sacred. We will not compromise it in any way,' President-elect Ferdinand Marcos Jr. says

Marcos vows to thwart interference from outside powers

The Philippines' incoming president vowed to prevent any foreign interference in the running of his country in comments aimed at Beijing’s claims over the disputed South China Sea.The Philippines' incoming president vowed to prevent any foreign interference in the running of his country in comments aimed at Beijing’s claims over the disputed South China Sea.

Philippines: Marcos Jr. to stand by South China Sea ruling | News | DW | 26.05.2022

MANILA: Philippine president-elect Ferdinand Marcos Jr said Thursday (May 26) he would uphold an international ruling against Beijing over the disputed South China Sea, insisting he would not let China trample on Manila's maritime rights. China claims almost all of the resource-rich waterway, through whichMANILA: Philippine president-elect Ferdinand Marcos Jr said Thursday (May 26) he would uphold an international ruling against Beijing over the disputed South China Sea, insisting he would not let China trample on Manila's maritime rights. China claims almost all of the resource-rich waterway, through which

Marcos says Philippines to uphold South China Sea ruling - CNA