published: 2018-12-01 11:11:17
Beijing lashes out at US for South China Sea sail-by.
BEIJING – China on Friday protested the United States for sending naval ships close to the islands that are still being discussed in the South China Sea where Beijing has built military installations.
The United States and its allies regularly send aircraft and warships through the area to carry out “freedom of navigation” operations, which are intended as a signal to Beijing over their rights under international law to pass waters recognized by China as their territory.
According to the Pentagon, the USS Chancellorsville missile guided destroyer sailed Monday near Paracel island, known as Xisha in Chinese, “to protest the recognition of excessive maritime ownership and maintain access to waterways as governed by international law.”
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