US News Great Britain sends a frigate in the Strait of Taiwan

09:15  27 september  2021
09:15  27 september  2021 Source:   bfmtv.com

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GB-China / Taiwan: Great Britain sends a frigate in the Taiwan Strait

Pekin, September 27 (Reuters) - A British frigate had to cross this Monday the Taiwan Strait To go to Vietnam, according to an announcement made via Twitter by the crew of the ship, an announcement even to provoke China's anger on the background of increasing tensions between Beijing and Taiwan.

China considers the island as a renegate province and does not exclude the use of force to bring it back into its giron. Beijing has accentuated the military and political pressures on Taipei to compel it to accept Chinese sovereignty.

If American Navy war buildings regularly cross the area, despite China's opposition, it is rare that Washington allies also send ships to cross the Sensitive Taiwan Strait.

interrogated by journalists, Minister Taiwanese Defense, Chiu Kuo-Cheng, did not make a direct comment. He simply stated that they do not know which missions were conducted by foreign vessels in the Taiwan Strait. (Report Gabriel Crossley, with Ben Blanchard in Taipei; French version Jean Terzian)

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