Premier Li Keqiang and his wife Cheng Hong greet the public in front of a store selling specialized products during the couple’s visit to Malacca on Sunday. [Photo/Xinhua]Premier Li Keqiang urged countries outside the region on Sunday to avoid taking action that may cause tension in the South China Sea. These countries should respect and support the efforts by nations in the region to uphold peace and stability in this waterway, Li said. Raising a five-point proposal on the South China Sea at the 10th East Asia Summit in Kuala Lumpur, he called for outside powers to “play a positive and constructive role and refrain from taking action that may cause tension in the region”.
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Li seeks to calm waters in the region