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As Friend to China & Vietnam, Russia Would Be Perfect Mediator in Spratly Spat

China / Russia / Vietnam / September 5, 2016

The dispute over islands in the South China Sea is deepening, with countries unable to reach a political settlement engaged in a military buildup in the area instead. For their part, Russian geopolitical analysts suggest that Moscow, a partner to both Beijing and Hanoi, can play a key role in resolving the two countries’ quarrel over the Spratlys.

The quarrel over the disputed Spratly Islands is intensifying. Last week, anonymous Western diplomats and military officials told Reuters that intelligence had confirmed that Hanoi was moving mobile missile launchers from mainland Vietnam to five separate facilities in the Spratly archipelago. According to experts, the Chinese facilities in neighboring islands are within the missiles’ range.

Read more: http://sputniknews.com/asia/20160814/1044253167/russia-mediation-chinese-vietnamese-diplomacy-analysis.html











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