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China’s Military Carries First Offshore Drills in Western Pacific.

China’s military effectively completed its first offshore  drills in the Western Pacific Ocean in the midst of uncertain pressures over regional debate in the South China Sea.
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Chinese airplane flew over the Bashi Channel, a waterway challenged between the Philippines and Taiwan. Bashi Channel is a piece of the Luzon Strait that connects the Philippine Sea toward the South China Sea. Chinese airplane flew over the Bashi Channel, a conduit challenged between the Philippines and Taiwan. Bashi Channel is a piece of the Luzon Strait that unites the Philippine Sea toward the South China Sea.

The People’s Liberation Army completed the drills to enhance PLA’s portability and contentiousness, as indicated by the representative of the aviation based armed forces. Shen Jinke stressed that the military activity was not focused against any nation in the locale and did not represent any danger.

China has been locked in a few regional disputes in the Western Pacific Ocean, including the South China Sea and the East China Sea.

 

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