Philippines to protest the construction of China in the South China Sea oil rigs and military activities
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newspaper correspondent Ji Twins
published June 2, according to the “Global Times “reported that, according to Agence France-Presse reported, the Philippines announced on June 1, has the recent Chinese naval activities in the South China Sea and plans to build oil rigs and that a formal protest to the Chinese side. Philippine foreign ministry said in a statement, the Philippine Embassy has already summoned the Chinese charge d’affaires in the Philippines, “protest” Chinese military behavior.
reported that the incident was first informed by the Philippine military. Philippine military noted that some Chinese ships unloading materials in the South China Sea region, place buoys, the erection of an unknown number of benchmark. In addition, because of its previously announced plans to build in the South China Sea oil rigs, so much tension in the Philippine government. Philippine Foreign Ministry asked the Chinese side of the Philippine military to see an ocean surveillance ship Chinese and other Chinese military vessel to make a “clarification.”
Philippine Foreign Ministry said in a statement, officials with the Chinese Foreign after the Philippines asked the Chinese on the planned oil rigs plan gives a more detailed explanation, and said that the Philippines will not tolerate China “sovereignty” regional operations. Philippines also said that the Chinese military earlier intervention areas in the Philippines within the exclusive economic zone of 200 sea miles. Any non-Filipino self-construction project will be regarded as contrary to China and the Philippines and other Southeast Asian countries signed an agreement in 2002.
Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman repeatedly stressed that China’s South China Sea Islands and adjacent waters has indisputable sovereignty over the waters and related seabed and subsoil and their sovereign rights and jurisdiction. China has always committed to maintaining peace and stability in the South China Sea.
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