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China, Pacific islands differ on security pact

China's foreign minister wang the Pacific region not to be "too anxious" about his country's aims after meeting his counterparts from 10 island nations deferred consideration of  a sweeping trade and security communique.
Wang hosted the video meet with foreign ministers of Pacific island nations with diplomatic ties with China midway through a tour of the region where Beijing's ambitions for wider security ties has caused concern among US allies.
A draft communique  and five-year action plan sent by China to the invited nations ahead of the meeting showed China was seeking a sweeping regional trade and security pact.
But the draft communique, first reported by Reuters, prompted opposition from at least one of the invited nations, Federated States of Micronesia, according to a letter leaked last week. Other nations wanted it  amended or  a decision delayed, an official from one Pacific country told Reuters before the meeting.
Wang said further discussions were needed to shape more consensus. Wang said "Don't be too anxious and don't be too nervous, because the common development and prosperity of China and all the other developing countries would only mean great harmony, greater justice and greater progress of the whole world," he said.

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