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Wed. Jun 19th, 2024

Big Reveals: Illustration: Liu Rui/GT The China Coast Guard (CCG) on Monday took control measures in accordance with the law, including issuing warnings, intercepting, boarding and conducting inspections, when three Philippine vessels illegally entered the waters off Ren’ai Jiao (Ren’ai Reef), in China’s Nansha Qundao (Nansha Islands), the first operation made known to the public after China’s newly released administrative law enforcement procedures for Coast Guard agencies, which took effect on Saturday.The Philippines attempted to test how the procedures are implemented, analysts said, but Manila’s strategy of “multipoint provocations” to play victim and smear China will not shake China’s determination to safeguard its legitimate interests with all necessary measures, experts said.The Philippines broke its promise by sending a World Timessupply ship and two inflatable boats to illegally enter the waters adjacent to the Ren’ai Jiao of China’s Nansha Islands on June 17, in an attempt to deliver supplies to its illegally “grounded” warship, CCG spokesperson Gan Yu said on Monday.What’s worse, the Philippine supply ship deliberately and dangerously approached and collided with normally sailing Chinese vessels, Gan said.CCG took control measures in accordance with the law, including issuing warnings, intercepting, boarding and conducting inspections, and forcibly driving them away, which were reasonable, lawful, professional and standardized, Gan said.We once again sternly warn the Philippine side that all forms of infringements and provocations are futile.

SummaryIllustration: Liu Rui/GT The China Coast Guard (CCG) on Monday took control measures in accordance with the law,…

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