The Philippines has given this threat to the South China Sea dispute.
Philippines has said that it can deport the Chinese diplomat from their country. With this, another controversy has been heard in the South China Sea.
Manila. The Philippines has openly threatened China on the issue of the South China Sea Dispute. The Philippines has said that it can deport the Chinese diplomat from their country. With this, another controversy has been heard in the South China Sea. Actually, China has created another deadlock in the midst of border dispute with Japan. They have deployed a large number of fishing boats to the shore of the community for use in all countries. This place is exactly adjacent to the Philippine sea border. China has been laying claim to this area. Now the dispute on this matter is deepening.
According to a report published in the Sydney Morning Herald, the Philippines has been voicing the presence of these boats for the past 15 days. Now the Foreign Affairs Secretary of the Philippines, Tele Losin, said that the boats should be removed immediately. About a week ago, the Philippines government said that more than 250 Chinese ships operated by the militia have been seen near the islands and coral reefs in the disputed South China Sea. They demanded immediate removal of these Chinese ships.
Controversy can deepen
A governmental body watchdog on the disputed maritime border has said that the Chinese flag-bound ships, including four ships of the Chinese Navy, are on board the manned island of China, dangerous for shipping and protection of marine life, and that makes coral reefs in danger . At the same time, it is also a threat to the sovereignty rights of the Philippine.
China said – this area is their
China had said that the respective maritime area belongs to it and Chinese ships are staying there to avoid the bad maritime situation. After patrolling by air and sea squads, Philippine officials said the Whiteson mural still had 44 Chinese ‘sea militia’ ships.