MANILA -- Southeast Asian countries have expressed concern over China's militarized artificial islands in the South China Sea but have reserved their opinions on whether a code of conduct for the disputed waters should be legally binding.
Foreign ministers of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations said they tackled the maritime dispute "extensively" during a meeting on Saturday, according to a joint communique released on Sunday night.
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