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John Kerry's Remarks on the SE&D in Beijing
By Bryan Michael Galvan | Web Exclusive

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, referring to the Asia-Pacific region, has said that it's important that no claimant - none, not any country - engage in unilateral actions that could be deemed by somebody else to be provocative and therefore problematic.

Kerry has called for traditional historic freedom of navigation and overflight to be respected in the area.

The Secretary made the comments on June 7 during the China-U.S. Strategic and Economic Dialogue, which took place in Beijing.

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