China says Philippines enlisted ‘foreign forces’ to patrol South China Sea

China says Philippines enlisted ‘foreign forces’ to patrol South China Sea
China says Philippines enlisted ‘foreign forces’ to patrol South China Sea

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Nevin Al Sukari - Sana'a - Aircraft of the Philippine Air Force and the US Indo-Pacific Command participate in the joint Philippines-US Maritime Cooperative Activity in the vicinity of Batanes and an area of the South China Sea that falls within the exclusive economic zone of the Philippines, November 21, 2023. — Philippine Air Force handout via Reuters

BEIJING, Nov 23 — The Philippines “enlisted foreign forces” to patrol the South China Sea and has been stirring up trouble since Tuesday, the southern theatre command of China’s military said on Thursday, in an apparent reference to the United States.

The military will maintain high vigilance, resolutely defend national sovereignty and maritime rights and interests, and resolutely safeguard peace and stability in the South China Sea, it said.

The militaries of the Philippines and the United States launched joint patrols on Tuesday in waters near Taiwan, officials of the Southeast Asian nation said. — Reuters

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