Duterte said piracy in the Sulu Sea between eastern Malaysia and the southern Philippines would escalate to levels seen in Somalia, and raise insurance costs for firms ครีมหน้าขาว and increase prices of consumer goods and services. "We would be glad if they have their presence there ... just to patrol," Duterte said, adding that China could send coastguard vessels, not necessarily "gray" warships. "In the Malacca Strait and here in Sulu Sea remains to be a big problem," he said. The Malacca Strait, between Malaysia's west coast and the Indonesian island of Sumatra, has over the years also been plagued by pirates. He did not say if China had responded. The Philippines, Malaysia and Indonesia had an agreement to patrol and tackle the Abu Sayyaf in the Sulu and Celebes Sea after they kidnapped the crew of Indonesian and Malaysian tug boats and South Korean and Vietnamese merchant ships. Philippine Defence Secretary Delfin Lorenzana last week said cooperation watch this video might be expanded to include Brunei and Singapore. The United ครีมหน้าใส States has also expressed concern about the security problem and held exercises with Malaysia and the Philippines last year.