PROVOKING THE DRAGON: TWO US NAVY SHIPS SAILS PROVOCATIVELY THROUGH THE TAIWAN STRAITS IN CHINA

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China has repeatedly urged Washington to avoid actions that could undermine stability in the Taiwan Strait and respect China’s territorial integrity amid several transits in the area.

Two United States Navy ships sailed across the Taiwan Strait to demonstrate the United States’ commitment to freedom of navigation in the region, said the press service of the United States Navy Fleet in a statement published

The USS Stockdale (DDG-106) and the USNS Pecos (T-AO-197) conducted a routine Transit in the Taiwan Strait on November 28 (local time), in accordance with international law. The transit of ships across the Taiwan Strait demonstrates the commitment of the United States to a free and open Indo-Pacific. The US Navy UU It will continue flying, navigating and operating in any place that international law allows, “the spokesman for the US Pacific Fleet. UU., Lieutenant jg Rachel McMarr stated.

This is the third operation of this year, the previous ones took place in July and October.

PROVOKING THE DRAGON: TWO US NAVY SHIPS SAILS PROVOCATIVELY THROUGH THE TAIWAN STRAITS IN CHINA

A similar situation occurred on October 22 when the USS guided missile destroyer Curtis Wilbur (DDG-54) of the Arleigh Burke class and the USS Antietam (CG-54) cruiser of the Ticonderoga class transited the Taiwan Strait without incident.

 

 

Source: ES News-Front