Aquino to discuss disputed waters with Obama, Cameron

JARO, Iloilo—President Benigno Aquino III on Friday said he would discuss the situation in the West Philippine Sea (South China Sea) not only with US President Barrack Obama but also with British Prime Minister David Cameron.

Aquino is scheduled next week to visit both Washington and London and conduct bilateral talks with each of the two world leaders.


The President said a huge amount of international trade passes through the West Philippine Sea and developments in the area are of significant interest to the world community.

The Philippines is in a territorial row with China over areas in the West Philippine Sea.


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