Lasting Court of Arbitration decided for the Philippines over China's regional and oceanic cases in the South China Sea
Philippines has turned down reciprocal converses with Beijing over the South China Sea question, after China's demanded that discussions ought to be held against the point of interest court administering.
Philippines Foreign Affairs Secretary Perfecto Yasay Jr said that that Chinese authorities had approached Manila for talks, however just in the event that it ignored a week ago's decision, which went overwhelmingly in The Philippines support.
"They had approached us likewise to open ourselves for reciprocal arrangements, yet outside of and in nonchalance of the assertion administering," CNN cited Yasay, as saying.
"I let him know this is something that was not predictable with our constitution and our national interest," he included.
Yasay met China's remote priest Wang Yi on the sidelines of the Asia-Europe Meeting, in Mongolia that started on July 15.
He said that Chinese authorities had said if the Philippines squeezed their cases, both nations could be set out toward inconvenience.
"They said that on the off chance that you will demand the decision and examining it thusly, then we may be set out toward a meeting," he said.
Expressing that he saw some space for indirect access transactions, he trusted that China would reconsider its position.
Yasay said his nation needed some affirmation that their anglers will keep on having access to the questioned Scarborough Shoal to angle.
"The tribunal have truly exposed in no unmistakable terms the position of China in so far as the nine-dash line is concerned," he said.
In the mean time, China's Ministry of Foreign Affairs affirmed there had been a casual visit between the outside priests.
"Wang expressed that if the new Philippines government was willing to resume discourse and discussion with China, oversee and control inconsistencies and enhance relations, China might want to meet it midway," Ministry of Foreign Affairs said in an announcement.
The meeting comes a week after the universal Permanent Court of Arbitration decided for the Philippines over China's regional and oceanic cases in the South China Sea.
The court decided that there was no legitimate premise for its noteworthy cases to a huge zone in the South China Sea.
The move has specifically been overlooked by Beijing.