PH files 2 diplomatic protests vs Chinese aggression in WPS

PH files 2 diplomatic protests vs Chinese aggression in WPS



The Philippines through the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) Secretary Teddy Boy Locsin. Jr. filed 2 diplomatic protest against China’s ill advised and aggression in in the West Philippine Sea.

The country accuses the Asian giant of violation of international law and Philippine sovereignty.



“At 5:17 p.m. today, the Chinese Embassy received two diplomatic protests: 1. on the pointing of a radar gun at a Philippine Navy ship in PH waters and 2. declaring parts of a Philippine territory as part of Hainan province,” Foreign Affairs Secretary Teodoro Locsin Jr. said on Twitter (April 22).

Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) Secretary Teddy Boy Locsin Jr.
(photo credit to owner)


Apparently a Chinese naval vessel pointed a radar gun at a Philippine Navy ship near the Philippine-occupied Rizal Reef in the Kalayaan Island Group on Feb. 17, according to sources. Further details are not available as of posting time.

And last week, while the whole world is busy handling the novel coronavirus 2019 disease or COVID-19, China announced that it has already established two new districts in the South China Sea as part of its move to fully control the disputed waters.

ASEAN neighbor Vietnam has filed its own diplomatic protest to express its rage against the expansive aspirations of China in the area.



The diplomatic protest came amid the China diplomacy moves in donating medical supplies in battling the coronavirus.

“I expect that no one else in the government will comment on it because they are not competent to do it,” said Locsin’s tweet.

“Only the President himself can reveal these notes of his alter ego the Secretary of Foreign Affairs and rule thereon,” it said.


Currently, China is involved with a stand off with the Malaysians , which also have the US and the Australian Navy ships also in the area.



Pls see also:


U.S. Navy, Royal Australian Navy team up in the South China Sea(SCS)







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