FILE - In this July 25, 2017 file photo, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi gestures during a joint news conference with Philippine Foreign Affairs Secretary Alan Peter Cayetano following their bilateral meeting in suburban Taguig city, east of Manila, Philippines. Wang said talks on a long-sought code of conduct in the South China Sea that was first mooted in 2002 may finally start this year if “outside parties” don’t cause a major disruption.
FILE - In this July 25, 2017 file photo, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi gestures during a joint news conference with Philippine Foreign Affairs Secretary Alan Peter Cayetano following their bilateral meeting in suburban Taguig city, east of Manila, Philippines. Wang said talks on a long-sought code of conduct in the South China Sea that was first mooted in 2002 may finally start this year if “outside parties” don’t cause a major disruption. Bullit Marquez, File AP Photo
FILE - In this July 25, 2017 file photo, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi gestures during a joint news conference with Philippine Foreign Affairs Secretary Alan Peter Cayetano following their bilateral meeting in suburban Taguig city, east of Manila, Philippines. Wang said talks on a long-sought code of conduct in the South China Sea that was first mooted in 2002 may finally start this year if “outside parties” don’t cause a major disruption. Bullit Marquez, File AP Photo

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