ASEAN Foreign Ministers’ Communiqué to Raise Issue of Rohingya Refugees, Draft Shows

By Kyodo News 10 September 2020

HANOI—The foreign ministers of the 10-member ASEAN met Wednesday, with the coronavirus pandemic, territorial disputes in the South China Sea and Rohingya refugees high on the agenda.

ASEAN-related gatherings through Saturday are being held via videoconference due to the pandemic, which has made international travel difficult. The meetings were originally scheduled for early August in Hanoi, the capital of Vietnam, which is the regional group’s chair this year.

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