Ministers from 17 nations in the Asia-pacific Area say their first joint meeting about security has started a new priod of cooperation. The Ministers discussed security concerns with Chinese, European and American officials at the special meeting organized by the Association of South East Asian Nations. The joint statement talks about tension between North and South Korea to reduce in that area. Reports say the Ministers also discussed territorial claims at the South China Sea and the situation in Burma and Cambodia.
Asia Pacific Area: Asia Pacific region
Joint meeting: joint meeting
New period of co-operation: new period of cooperation
To discuss: to discuss
Security concerns: security issues
Special meeting: special meeting
Association of South East Asian Nations : Association of Southeast Asian Nations
Joint statement: joint statement
To reduce: to reduce stress
Territorial claims: territorial disputes
South China Sea: South China Sea
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Ministers of 17 countries in the Asia Pacific region said that their first joint meeting on security issues has started a new phase of cooperation. The ministers discussed security issues with Chinese, European and US officials at a special session organized by the Association of Southeast Asian Nations. The joint statement urged negotiations between North and South Korea to ease tensions in that region. Reports said the ministers also discussed territorial disputes in the South China Sea and the situation in Burma and Cambodia.
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