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The condition of the LCS Heats up, the Philippine Foreign Minister speaks up

The condition of the LCS Heats up, the Philippine Foreign Minister speaks up
Philippine Foreign Minister Speaks Up

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- Now the conditions of the South China Sea (LCS) are heating up again after the Chinese ship entered the LCS area.

China is considered to have violated the boundaries of the waters of the South China Sea. Hundreds of Chinese ships are thought to have spread over a wider area. This prompted the Philippine Foreign Minister Teodoro Locsin to speak up. Philippine Foreign Minister Teodoro Locsin asked China to withdraw hundreds of its ships out of the South China Sea which is now a dispute.

The entry of Chinese ships into the waters of the South China Sea has made the Philippines think of it as a provocative act that has the aim of militarizing the region. This became known to the Philippine Coast Guard, and immediately reported about 200 Chinese ships scattered around other parts of the Spratly island. The Philippine Task Force in the South China Sea expressed concern over the presence of Chinese vessels that had violated the law.

In order to assert its sovereignty, the Philippines immediately sent its military ships to train in the LCS. The entry of Chinese ships into the exclusive economic zone, the Philippines stated that all of them entered the 200-mile-long zone on the Whitsun Reef as "a threat or being swarmed", While Australia, Canada, Japan, and others have expressed concern about China's intentions. , thus getting a harsh reprimand from Beijing.

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Philippine Foreign Minister Teodoro Locsin has lodged strong protests against China, but there has been no reply. As of April 26, diplomatic protests against China have been staged 78 times. And in 2016, the Philippines also sued China for its actions that were deemed to have violated those waters to the Permanent Arbitration Court (PCA).

Even though in the end the Philippines won its lawsuit in court, China still insisted on claiming historical rights in its natural resource-rich waters.

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