1. ‘South China Sea must remain sea of peace, security, stability’ — Marcos  Manila Bulletin
  2. Marcos wants South China Sea code of conduct approved soon  Philstar.com
  3. PBBM reminds parties of moral obligation to settle SCS disputes  pna.gov.ph
  4. House leader backs PBBM’s call for ‘code of conduct’ in South China Sea, hits China  Manila Bulletin
  5. Marcos want to see code of conduct approved on S. China Sea  ABS-CBN News
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PHNOM PENH, Cambodia—South China Sea must not be the source of conflict but of economic engagements and interactions for claiming countries and for the world. President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. made this encouraging yet strong statement on the hotly-disputed waters as he faced Chinese Premier Li Keqia

‘South China Sea must remain sea of peace, security, stability’ — Marcos – Manila Bulletin

President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. is hoping that a code of conduct in the South China Sea based on international law will be approved soon.President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. is hoping that a code of conduct in the South China Sea based on international law will be approved soon.

Marcos wants South China Sea code of conduct approved soon | Philstar.com

The future and fate of the Code of Conduct (CoC) remain a critical geostrategic pursuit and interests of the region, further amplified by the ongoing ASEAN Summit and the impact on the dealings of …

China’s Reorientation On Code Of Conduct And The ASEAN Summit – Analysis – Eurasia Review

MANILA, Philippines — President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. supports concluding the West Philippine Sea (WPS) Code of Conduct because it helps countries with differing stakes in the region resolve their issues. According to the Office of the Press Secretary (OPS), Marcos, at the 25th Association of Southeast Asian Nations (Asean)- China Summit on Friday, called for […]

Marcos backs West PH Sea code: Countries should manage disputes | Inquirer News

if the Philippines wants to unburden its people from exorbitant energy costs, it must follow the example of Malaysia and Indonesia in asserting its sovereign rights in its own EEZif the Philippines wants to unburden its people from exorbitant energy costs, it must follow the example of Malaysia and Indonesia in asserting its sovereign rights in its own EEZ

[ANALYSIS] Recent developments in the South China Sea: Perspective from the Philippines