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China's Ministry of National Defense Confronts US Interference in the South China Sea

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The Ministry of National Defense of China, represented by Senior Colonel Wu Qian, addressed the ongoing tensions in the South China Sea primarily attributing the turbulence to interference from the United States. Wu's comments came during a news conference in Beijing, where he highlighted that China will not tolerate what they perceive as willful actions from the Philippines in the region. The Ministry expressed concerns over recent US Secretary of State Antony Blinken's criticism of China's activities in the South China Sea and reiterated the US commitment to defending the Philippines.

Wu elaborated on China's stance regarding the South China Sea issue between China and the Philippines, emphasizing their opposition to external interference, infringement on sovereignty, and provocative actions. He made it clear that China is prepared for any emergencies and is determined to protect its territorial sovereignty and maritime interests. Accusing the US of being a significant source of instability in the region, Wu criticized the US for provoking confrontations, supporting the Philippines, and sending military vessels to the South China Sea, which he believes have undermined regional peace and stability.

The Ministry's spokesman highlighted that the recent escalation of tensions in the South China Sea was primarily due to the Philippines' harassment and provocations, which have violated international law and aggravated the situation. Wu emphasized China's resolve in addressing the South China Sea issue strategically, advocating for dialogue and consultation with relevant parties while firmly defending China's sovereignty and maritime rights. He also urged the Philippines to refrain from provocations and seeking foreign support, stating that concerted efforts from regional countries are crucial for settling the South China Sea dispute in line with the current trend of the times.

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May 21, 2023 | 05:09