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China opens tussle with Taiwan, Malaysia summons envoy

Nirendra Dev

Nirendra DevOct 06, 2021, 11:22 AM IST

China opens tussle with Taiwan, Malaysia summons envoy


China has opened geo-strategic and diplomatic tussle with Taiwan.

The Taiwanese air force have scrambled its fighter planes and monitored the movement of the Chinese warplanes on its air defence system after as many as 56 Chinese including fighter jets and bombers entered into Taiwanese air space.

Premier Su Tseng-chang said Taiwan needed to be on alert and that China’s actions risked regional peace and stability.

“Taiwan must be on alert. The world has also seen China’s repeated violations of regional peace and pressure on Taiwan," Su told reporters in Taipei.

The Chinese actions is seen as sustained military 'intimidation' towards the self-governing island for three consecutive days.

While Taiwan insists on its independence and sovereign existence, Beijing maintains it is only a breakaway part.

The United States has condemned Chinese actions.

Taiwan has alleged 148 Chinese air force planes entering the southern and southwestern part of its air defence zone since China celebrated its National Day on October 1.

Taiwanese Foreign minister Joseph Wu has said - “We are very concerned that China is going to launch a war against Taiwan at some point, even though the threat may not be imminent at this point".

Meanwhile, media reports said Malaysia has summoned China’s ambassador to protest against the “presence and activities” of Chinese vessels in Kuala Lumpur’s exclusive economic zone (EEZ) in the South China Sea off the island of Borneo.

Chinese vessels, including a survey boat, were operating off the coasts of the Malaysian states of Sabah and Sarawak in contravention of 1982 United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea, the Malaysian Ministry of Foreign Affairs said.

Lately, even countries like Vietnam have registered their protest against China.


China claims almost the entire area under the so-called nine-dash line that the international court ruled to be without basis in 2016; for their part Malaysia, the Philippines, Vietnam and Brunei claim parts of the South China Sea off their coasts. 
 

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