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Chinese Navy Task Force Conducting FREEDOM OF NAVIGATION OPERATION (FONOP) Inside United States EEZ Near Alaska Coast

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For all US supah powah fanboy in here, please control your emotion 😌

Welcome to 21st Century :enjoy: A New Era has begin
Actually as one American admiral few years ago responded to China sending warships to Hawaii and Alaska he said “we welcome it.” China wasn’t happy about that.
 

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Nothing special
Allowed by international sea laws
The only difference is the US don’t claim the seas of Alaska as based on an eunuch story.
Don't claim sea based on history then based on what? Tell me smart Alec?
Actually as one American admiral few years ago responded to China sending warships to Hawaii and Alaska he said “we welcome it.” China wasn’t happy about that.
LoL.. nice fake story. :enjoy:

American are good with self bragging story like indian to boast their ego only. :enjoy:
 

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its your right to operate in a free and fair World

we are not authoritarian dictatorships we have no problem with such missions

Welcome and safe sailing
 

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Fanboy getting triggered :enjoy:



Actually as one American admiral few years ago responded to China sending warships to Hawaii and Alaska he said “we welcome it.” China wasn’t happy about that.
China is so happy, that US coast guard they meet seems far more professional than your navy.

That's why they help US to protect your EEZ and ensured the Freedom of Navigation (FON) for Artic Shipping route near Alaska coast

The only one that seems doesn't happy with that is american fanboy in here :D
 
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Don't claim sea based on history then based on what? Tell me smart Alec?

LoL.. nice fake story. :enjoy:

American are good with self bragging story like indian to boast their ego only. :enjoy:
History is nothing.
If history matters then Japan can claim Shanghai because Japanese bombers were there.
 

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Fanboy getting triggered :enjoy:





China is so happy, that US coast guard they meet seems far more professional than your navy.

That's why they help US to protect your EEZ and ensured the Freedom of Navigation (FON) for Artic Shipping route near Alaska coast

The only one that seems doesn't happy with that is american fanboy in here :D
No China wasn't happy at all when the U.S. Admiral says he welcomes them when they went to Hawaii and Alaska.


US Welcomes China’s RIMPAC Spying
The top U.S. military leader in the Pacific sees a silver lining in China’s military surveillance of RIMPAC.


“The good news about this is that it’s a recognition, I think, or an acceptance by the Chinese of what we’ve been saying to them for some time, [which] is that military operations and survey operations in another country’s EEZs, where you have national — your own national security interest, are within international law and are acceptable. And this is a fundamental right that nations have.”

Locklear appeared to be referring to China’s long-standing opposition to the U.S. and other foreign navies operating in its own EEZ, which stretch out 200 nautical miles from a country’s coast. Although the UN Convention on the Law of Seas guarantees free navigation for peaceful vessels in other countries’ EEZ, Beijing has long maintained that surveillance does not meet this peaceful standard.

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This disagreement has led Chinese vessels to repeatedly harass U.S. Navy ships operating in China’s EEZ. At times, Beijing has formally called on the U.S. Navy to cease its operations in China’s EEZ. For example, in 2009 China’s Defense Ministry released a statement saying that:

“China believes the constant U.S. military air and sea surveillance and survey operations in China’s exclusive economic zone had led to military confrontations between the two sides. The way to resolve China-U.S. maritime incidents is for the U.S. to change its surveillance and survey operations policies against China, decrease and eventually stop such operations.”

However, after reports surfaced of the AGI’s surveillance of RIMPAC, China’s Defense Ministry resolutely defended the operation, stating: “The People’s Liberation Army naval ships’ operation in waters outside the territorial seas of other countries is in line with international law and international practice.”
 

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No China wasn't happy at all when the U.S. Admiral says he welcomes them when they went to Hawaii and Alaska.


US Welcomes China’s RIMPAC Spying
The top U.S. military leader in the Pacific sees a silver lining in China’s military surveillance of RIMPAC.


“The good news about this is that it’s a recognition, I think, or an acceptance by the Chinese of what we’ve been saying to them for some time, [which] is that military operations and survey operations in another country’s EEZs, where you have national — your own national security interest, are within international law and are acceptable. And this is a fundamental right that nations have.”

Locklear appeared to be referring to China’s long-standing opposition to the U.S. and other foreign navies operating in its own EEZ, which stretch out 200 nautical miles from a country’s coast. Although the UN Convention on the Law of Seas guarantees free navigation for peaceful vessels in other countries’ EEZ, Beijing has long maintained that surveillance does not meet this peaceful standard.

Enjoying this article? Click here to subscribe for full access. Just $5 a month.

This disagreement has led Chinese vessels to repeatedly harass U.S. Navy ships operating in China’s EEZ. At times, Beijing has formally called on the U.S. Navy to cease its operations in China’s EEZ. For example, in 2009 China’s Defense Ministry released a statement saying that:

“China believes the constant U.S. military air and sea surveillance and survey operations in China’s exclusive economic zone had led to military confrontations between the two sides. The way to resolve China-U.S. maritime incidents is for the U.S. to change its surveillance and survey operations policies against China, decrease and eventually stop such operations.”

However, after reports surfaced of the AGI’s surveillance of RIMPAC, China’s Defense Ministry resolutely defended the operation, stating: “The People’s Liberation Army naval ships’ operation in waters outside the territorial seas of other countries is in line with international law and international practice.”
That's your media said it, Not Chinese media.

They said, they will repeat that again and it will become a new normal.

If they are not happy, why they want that become a new normal. Your logic is so ridiculous :enjoy:

With the rapid development of the PLA Navy, large Chinese warships will sail farther in the Pacific Ocean, Indian Ocean and the Atlantic, experts said.
https://www.globaltimes.cn/page/202109/1234379.shtml


 

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History is nothing.
If history matters then Japan can claim Shanghai because Japanese bombers were there.
LoL... Is the first inhibited in Shanghai a Chinese or Japanese? By your theory, Japan shall claim ho chi Minh city becos their bomber took off from Saigon to bomb RN prince of Wales bb in WWII. :rofl:
That's your media said it, Not Chinese media.

They said, they will repeat that again and it will become a new normal.

If they are not happy, why they want that become a new normal. Your logic is so ridiculous :enjoy:

With the rapid development of the PLA Navy, large Chinese warships will sail farther in the Pacific Ocean, Indian Ocean and the Atlantic, experts said.
https://www.globaltimes.cn/page/202109/1234379.shtml


Next trip will be pearl harbour.
 

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That's your media said it, Not Chinese media.

They said, they will repeat that again and it will become a new normal.

If they are not happy, why they want that become a new normal. Your logic is so ridiculous :enjoy:

With the rapid development of the PLA Navy, large Chinese warships will sail farther in the Pacific Ocean, Indian Ocean and the Atlantic, experts said.
https://www.globaltimes.cn/page/202109/1234379.shtml


😂 They quote your government. Think about it. We accept the norm on Chinese ships freely navigating around then you should accept with no complaints with U.S. warships in SCS. What are Chinese ships sailing around going to do? Force us to stop navigating in SCS? No, as China said they are following the international laws.
“The People’s Liberation Army naval ships’ operation in waters outside the territorial seas of other countries is in line with international law and international practice.”
 

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