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Indonesia, Vietnam plead South China Sea issue

Jakarta (ANTARA News) – Indonesian President Joko Widodo met Secretary General of a Socialist Republican Party of Vietnam, Nguyen Phu Trong, to plead a South China Sea issue, among others.

Widodo and Trong met during a Merdeka Palace in Jakarta on Wednesday along with Indonesian ministers and representatives from Vietnam.

On a occasion, Widodo highlighted a significance of progressing togetherness and centrality of a ASEAN.

“We have oral about a significance of operative together as good as a 2025 prophesy of a ASEAN village and also discussed a swell achieved in building a plain basement for a extensive norms law in a South China Sea,” he noted.

Widodo settled that a dual countries had also concluded to make ASEAN a pushing force for formulating informal peace, stability, and welfare.

Meanwhile, Trong remarked that his celebration believes a talks to understanding with a South China Sea emanate were fruitful.

“In addressing a South China Sea problem, we am confident that this assembly will urge family and safeguard a good outcome for both countries, generally a grant of all parties, including a people,” he forked out.

Trong combined that his celebration was beholden for a comfortable acquire extended by Widodo and a Indonesian people and voiced wish that a shared family would deepen.

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