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China Accuses Philippines of Intruding and Colliding with Ship in South China Sea

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The China Coast Guard spokesperson, Gan Yu, recently issued statements accusing Philippine vessels of intruding into waters near Ren'ai Reef in the South China Sea and engaging in what was described as dangerous and unprofessional behavior. According to Gan Yu, the Philippines dispatched two coast guard ships and two supply vessels near Ren'ai Reef to resupply a military ship that had been grounded on the reef illegally for 24 years. Despite the Chinese Coast Guard claiming to have handled the situation according to the law and emphasizing a temporary humanitarian gesture, they criticized the actions of the Philippine vessels.

The spokesperson highlighted that during the incident, one of the Philippine coast guard ships reportedly collided with a Chinese Coast Guard ship despite warnings and violated international regulations for preventing collisions at sea. Gan Yu placed the blame squarely on the Philippine side, accusing them of deliberately provoking the situation and undermining peace and stability in the South China Sea. The spokesperson emphasized that China Coast Guard remains vigilant and ready to respond resolutely to any provocations to protect national territorial sovereignty and maritime rights.

Gan Yu's statements reflect escalating tensions in the disputed waters of the South China Sea, where various countries have conflicting territorial claims. The accusations and counteraccusations between China and the Philippines further complicate the already contentious situation in the region, raising concerns about potential military confrontations and the impact on regional stability. China's strong response and warning of counteractions underscore the volatile nature of the maritime disputes in the South China Sea and the ongoing challenges in managing conflicting claims and maintaining peace and security in the area.

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May 21, 2023 | 05:09