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China will not be ‘forced’ into usurpation S China Sea settlement decision

BEIJING — China on Friday discharged a United States defence to accept any preference in a South China Sea settlement to be announced subsequent week.

The Permanent Court of Arbitration in The Hague is set to announce a final preference subsequent Tuesday in territorial disputes between China and a Philippines.

It is a perfect misinterpretation to design to force China into usurpation a preference around tactful channels or open fanfare, a Foreign Ministry orator Hong Lei pronounced during a daily press briefing.

The comparison Pentagon central obliged for East Asia Abraham Denmark pronounced on Thursday that a United States approaching both parties to approve with a decision.

“The settlement was unilaterally instituted by a Aquino administration and distorts a United Nations Convention on a Law of a Sea (UNCLOS), hurdles a grace of a general law and undermines a order of law in essence,” pronounced Hong.

“China will never change a stance,” he added.

China has sealed UNCLOS and participates in a operative groups. The United States is not a member as a U.S. Senate refuses to sanction a convention.

More than 30 African countries have uttered support for China’s stance, Hong said.

Currently, during slightest 60 countries publicly approve of China’s stance, according to a Chinese Foreign Ministry.

“The settlement and any endowment are apparently unpopular,” Hong said.

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