China for the first time the U.S. made it clear: the South China Sea is China’s core interests
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Global Network reporter Julia Tan reports, Japan’s Kyodo News reported on July 3, 3, according to sources said the Chinese government in March this year, the first senior official to the U.S. government position, said the South China Sea is related to China’s territorial integrity “core interests.”
reported that, prior to China in the Taiwan, Tibet and Xinjiang, and so on positioning as a “core interests”, as the territorial integrity an existential important issues, and has consistently rejected any of his country compromise. Reported that the Chinese government’s statements clearly show the “tough” to promote access to the South China Sea maritime rights and interests. Sources said the Chinese side in early March visit of U.S. Deputy Secretary of State to Steinberg and the White House National Security Council Senior Director for Asian Affairs to convey the principles of Bedford
in March last year the U.S. Department of Defense has accused the U.S. Navy surveillance ship in the South China Sea South China’s Hainan Island to investigate the high seas when they were five ships of the containment of China, to protest the Chinese side. China responded by saying, “The United States in violation of” international law “,” the two sides diametrically opposed to each other.
reported that Hainan Island, China is currently building the nuclear submarine ballistic missile capable of carrying the new base. Military people of China to the South China Sea as a “core interests” analysis, “the Chinese may think that you must demonstrate a strong will to ensure that maritime rights and interests.”
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