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Chinese planes enter Taiwan’s defence zone on regular basis to conquor tiny nation

By wasmulhaq 
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Taipei: Russia’s attack on Ukraine has opened the gate for the stronger nations to invade weak neighbouring countries. The new trend is likely to be deadly in the coming days. China is now eyeing Taiwan. It has made the second biggest raid into Taiwan’s air defence zone this year. As per the report coming from Taipei, at least 30 jets, including 20 fighter planes, entered Taiwan’s territory.

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Taiwan’s defence ministry said late Monday it had scrambled its own aircraft and deployed air defence missile systems to monitor the latest Chinese activity.

The regular entrance of Chinese planes into Taiwan’s defence zone is a kind of worry for Taiwan. Taiwan has been passing through, with a constant threat of invasion by China.

The United States last week accused Beijing of raising tensions over the island, with Secretary of State Antony Blinken specifically mentioning aircraft incursions as an example of “increasingly provocative rhetoric and activity”.

Blinken’s remarks came after US President Joe Biden appeared to break decades of US policy when, in response to a question on a visit to Japan, he said Washington would defend Taiwan militarily if it is attacked by China.

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On Monday, 39 planes raided near the air defense, which is the largest venture by the Chinese in Taiwan since January 3.

A flight map provided by the Taiwanese defence ministry showed the planes entering the southwestern corner of the ADIZ before looping back out again.

Taiwan has stated that 465 incursions occurred this year, representing a roughly 50% increase over the same period last year.


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