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Topic - Surin Pitsuwan
Southeast Asian leaders decided Sunday to ask China to start formal talks "as soon as possible" on crafting a legally binding accord aimed at preventing an outbreak of violence in disputed South China Sea territories, a top diplomat said.
New differences could undercut attempts by Southeast Asian countries and China to forge a pact aimed at preventing territorial conflicts from erupting into violence, diplomats said Tuesday at the start of a regional meeting.
"He said to me the process was more important than the result, which I think is the right attitude because the process is part of national reconciliation," Mr. Surin told reporters.
Mr. Surin said Thein Sein told him that "