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US aircraft carrier enters the East Sea

US aircraft carrier enters the East Sea 1

US aircraft carrier enters the East Sea

The US aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt strike group has crossed the Strait of Malacca, entered the East Sea and is in the area off the coast of Malaysia, after participating in exercises with the Indian navy last week, USNI News reported on the 5th.

The aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt deployed small drones during a drill in the East Sea on February 9.

The US Navy has not announced the operation plans or exercises of the Roosevelt aircraft carrier strike group in the East Sea.

The US Navy said at that time that the Roosevelt battle group carried out regular training and exercises at sea.

US aircraft carrier enters the East Sea

Equipped on the aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt.

The Roosevelt aircraft carrier strike group arrived in the East Sea in the context of more than 200 Chinese ships illegally anchored at a reef near Sinh Ton Dong Island in Vietnam’s Truong Sa archipelago.

The Philippines deployed a light fighter along with navy and coast guard ships to the area to monitor the situation.

US aircraft carrier enters the East Sea

The Strait of Malacca is located at the gateway to the East Sea.

Many countries have expressed concern over the new tense situation in the region and objected to the threatening move of the Chinese fleet.

After many days of anchoring, about 210 Chinese ships dispersed to other reefs and islands in the area, 44 ships remained at the reef near Sinh Ton Dong Island.

Philippine Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana on April 4 accused China of having a `plot to occupy more areas in the East Sea`, while Salvador Panelo, legal advisor to Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte, said that the

US aircraft carrier enters the East Sea

Three weeks of presence of more than 200 Chinese fishing vessels in the East Sea

Three weeks of presence of more than 200 Chinese fishing vessels in the East Sea.

At a press conference on March 25, Ministry of Foreign Affairs spokeswoman Le Thi Thu Hang affirmed that the activities of Chinese ships within the territorial waters of Sinh Ton Dong in the Truong Sa archipelago of Vietnam have violated Vietnam’s sovereignty.

`Vietnam requests that China stop violating, respect Vietnam’s sovereignty, willingly implement the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea, strictly comply with the DOC, especially the obligation to restrain and not cause trouble.`

A spokesman for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said that Vietnam’s maritime law enforcement forces are fulfilling their obligations stipulated in Vietnamese laws and international law.

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