Philippine coastguard sends strong warning to Chinese vessels during South China Sea patrol

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  • South China Morning Post published this video item, entitled “Philippine coastguard sends strong warning to Chinese vessels during South China Sea patrol” – below is their description.

    The Philippine coastguard has released video footage of its patrols in the South China Sea near Whitsun Reef in the Spratly Islands which are claimed by both Manila and Beijing. The images show Philippine personnel on board a rubber boat on April 14, 2021, sailing near Chinese vessels which the Philippines said were manned by Chinese maritime militias.

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