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US News The Philippines denounce Chinese acts in South China

10:10  18 november  2021
10:10  18 november  2021 Source:   pressfrom.com

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Philippines-China-Mer-de-China-South: The Philippines denounce Chinese acts in South China Sea

LES PHILIPPINES DÉNONCENT DES AGISSEMENTS CHINOIS EN MER DE CHINE DU SUD © Reuters / Erik Castro Philippines denounce Chinese acts in South China Sea

Manila (Reuters) - The Philippine government has firmly condemned the actions of three ships from Chinese coastguards, which, according to it, blocked two Filipino refueling boats and used water cannons These while headed for an atoll occupied by the Philippines at the Southern China Sea.

no injured is to be launched following the incident on Tuesday, the head of the diplomacy in Manila, but the Filipino ships were forced to give up their mission, which was to refuel in food products military personnel Based in these waters.

"The actions of the Chinese coastguards are illegal," said the Foreign Secretary, Teodoro Lives, preventing that Beijing threatened the "special relationship" between the two countries because of his lack of restraint.

He indicated to have expressed "in the fastest terms" with the Chinese Ambassador to Manila the "contempt and protest" of the Philippines.

Beijing claims the sovereignty on most Southern China's seawater and considers the Atoll Thomas, occupied by the Philippines since 1999.

(Reporting Karen Lema; French version Jean Terzian)

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