The Philippine military on Taiwan’s plans to deploy missiles in the South expressed concern about the
Data Figure: Taiwan military equipment of the “Patriot” PAC-2 type of ground.
Global Network reporter Liang reported that recently, Taiwan’s “Ministry of National Defense,” an internal research report, Navy and Air Force in Vietnam and the Philippines has been the defense of Taiwan in the South China Sea pose a serious threat to Taiwan is considering Dongsha and Taiping Island to deploy anti-aircraft missiles. According to foreign media reports, the Philippine Department of Defense on October 16, Taiwan’s expressed concern about the plan. Although the spokesman said the Philippines do not believe that Taiwan plans to the Philippines constitute a “threat”, but he also said that Manila is ready to “maximize the security,” the Philippine islands in the Spratly Islands accounts.
Agence France-Presse reported on 16 October, the Philippine Department of Defense spokesman Suoxi Mo ? jesus ? Paredes (Zosimo Jesús Paredes), said in the first 16, the Philippines and Taiwan is willing to maintain good relations, believes that Taiwan plans to deploy missiles will not pose a threat to the Philippines.
“We can not decide what to do or not do something in Taiwan.” Paredes told reporters, “As long as they do not occupy our already occupied (island), we have no problems. Well to be tolerant of each other . “
However, Paredes said later, Manila, ready to” maximize the security, “the Philippine islands in the Spratly’s account, but he did not specify which islands.
reported in mainland China claim they own the entire South China Sea, including the Nansha birds of sovereignty, and China Taiwan, Vietnam, Myanmar, the Philippines and Malaysia claim all or part of the islands Nansha Islands. Overlapping territorial claims has caused tensions in the region, the United Nations last week appealed again to the peaceful settlement of the South China Sea dispute.
on September 23, Foreign Ministry’s regular press conference, China’s Foreign Ministry spokesman Hong Lei said China’s Nansha Islands and adjacent waters has indisputable sovereignty, which we have fully historical and legal basis for the Chinese government has insisted. China has been from the peaceful development of national strategies and friendly neighborhood policy consideration, regional peace and stability, commitment and respect for historical facts about countries and relevant international law, based on bilateral negotiations and through friendly consultations, the peaceful settlement of the South China Sea dispute.share: