Philippines are appearing to be mindful with respect to the circumstance and won't react till the circumstance is investigated precisely
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte precluded war with China over the South China Sea debate and said he might want to send previous President Fidel Ramos to China for quiet chats on the issue, the media wrote about Friday.
"War is impossible. So what is the other side? Serene talks," Efe news cited Duterte as saying.
"I might want to consciously ask him (Ramos) to go to China and begin talks," he included.
Duterte's comments come two days after The Hague's Permanent Court of Arbitration decided for the Philippines over its South China Sea question with China.
The PCA inferred that China has no recorded rights over the assets in numerous parts of the questioned locale that it claims, and that it disturbed the circumstance by building fake islands in the territory.
Manila has responded mindfully to Tuesday's decision, calling for "restriction and restraint", and said it won't react till the nation's specialists have broke down it painstakingly.
China, be that as it may, rejected the decision, calling it "invalid and void", and initiated two airplane terminals in the debated reefs in the South China Sea and undermined to build up an air protection zone in the area.
In January 2013 the Philippines had documented an objection before the PCA charging that China, which had started its extension in a few regions of the South China Sea district, was involving regions that had a place with the Philippines restrictive monetary zone.
The court declared its choice on the contention that focuses on the Scarborough atoll and part of the Spratly Islands — a gathering of more than 750 reefs, islets, atolls and cays whose aggregate or fractional power is likewise being asserted by Brunei, Malaysia, Taiwan and Vietnam — after over three years of legal procedure.
Strain in the South China Sea has expanded lately with governments exchanging consistent allegations and an ascent in Chinese military nearness in the territory.
The Philippines has likewise consented to vital arrangements with the US, Japan and Vietnam to counter China's nearness in the zone.