MANILA, Philippines (AP) - Leaders gathering for a regional summit in the Philippines plan to condemn the Paris attacks, according to a draft of their declaration seen Tuesday by The Associated Press.

MANILA, Philippines (AP) Leaders gathering for a regional summit in the Philippines plan to condemn the Paris attacks, according to a draft of their declaration seen Tuesday by The Associated Press.

The 21-member Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation forum that includes the United States and China says in the draft statement that the attacks "demand a united voice from the global community."

"We stand in solidarity with the people of France and all victims of terrorism elsewhere," it says.

Friday's attacks in Paris by suspected Islamic State group extremists killed 129 people and wounded 350 others. The victims came from at least 19 nations, according to French President Francois Hollande.

The APEC meeting, which focuses on trade and economic issues, is being overshadowed by the Paris attacks and China's disputes in the South China Sea with its Asian neighbors.

But there was no mention in the draft communique of China's territorial spats with the Philippines, Vietnam, Malaysia, Taiwan and Brunei, which all APEC members.

The summit ends Thursday.