(Recasts, adds detail of expected meeting statement) By Frank Jack Daniel NEW DELHI, Dec 19 (Reuters) - Southeast Asian leaders are expected to lay out a vision for closer cooperation with India on security and the economy at a high-level gathering in New Delhi at a time of tension with China in the potentially oil- and gas-rich South China Sea. The meeting is a ceremonial summit to mark 20 years of cooperation with India and will not include ...
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