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YANGON (Global Times): India's close neighbours in South and Southeast Asia, home to more than a fourth of the world's population with high population density and a great number of people living in poverty, have been overwhelmed by India's deepening coronavirus crisis.
BEIJING (China Daily/ANN): It is necessary to clarify and reach consensus on what real multilateralism is at a time when some countries are trying to apply their own rules internationally in order to mislead and deceive the world, experts said as a high-level United Nations meeting on upholding multilateralism was held on Friday (May 7).
BEIJING (Global Times): Chinese State Councillor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi will host a virtual session of the United Nations (UN) Security Council on Friday (May 7) with the attendance of US counterpart Antony Blinken and other foreign ministers, the second meeting between the two since the top diplomats’ meeting in Alaska.
BEIJING (Global Times): The "double mutant" variant that is wrecking havoc in India is feared to be spilling into neighbouring countries and is starting to affect Southeast Asia.
Manila says two of its vessels were affected during patrols and maritime exercises in the areaProtests come as Beijing imposes a fishing ban in a large part of the disputed waterway
Group set to devote more time to discussing approach to Beijing than any other topic as West seeks to reassert its role as a global leaderGuests at the meeting include several key Indo-Pacific nations, including Australia, India and South Korea
China’s presidency of the Security Council will open with a gathering of foreign ministers to discuss global cooperationChinese UN envoy says Blinken has accepted Beijing’s invitation to meeting which will be chaired by Wang
Here's a look at the news highlights from Asean countries in the Star-AseanPlus section for Tuesday (May 4)
China urged the Philippines on Tuesday to observe "basic etiquette" and eschew megaphone diplomacy after the South-East Asian nation's foreign minister used an expletive-laced Twitter message to demand that China's vessels leave disputed waters.
The Philippines is walking back caustic remarks made by its top diplomat, who told China in an expletives-laced Twitter post to get out of the South China Sea.