Indonesia-Philippines Boundary Pact

What’s Next for the Indonesia-Philippines Boundary Pact?
With domestic approval complete, both sides are looking to the next steps in a significant and historic agreement.
By Prashanth Parameswaran
Over the weekend, the leaders of Indonesia and the Philippines both took stock of a historic maritime boundary agreement between them as part of a summit meeting. The move spotlighted the landmark 2014 pact between the two Southeast Asian states and ongoing efforts that they are trying to make further inroads on it within their wider bilateral ties.
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Source: thediplomat.com

BRP Malabrigo, Philippine Coast Guard
BRP Malabrigo, Philippine Coast Guard

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