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Hong Kong’s Ming Pao reports: Philippine President Benigno Aquino III says that the tension between the Philippines and China over Scarborough Shoal (called Huangyan Island in China) will soon be resolved.

The report by the Drum of the Philippines Broadcasting Net says that Aquino III has not disclosed the specific measures for resolving current tension between the two countries.

In addition, Aquino hints that it is perhaps not necessary now to submit the Huangyan Island issue to the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea.

Moreover he says that dialogue between Manila and Beijing has all long been carried on.

In an interview with the responsible person of a Chinese website, Philippines Vice President Binay expressed his view on the Huangyan Island issue and Sino-Philippine relations.

Binay said, “Yes, the territorial issue cannot be resolved even in 10 years. The best way is for the Philippines and China…

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