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Friday, November 26, 2021

25 warplanes enter Taiwan’s defense zone in 1 day

The Chinese communist regime flew 25 warplanes in Taiwan’s Air Defense Identification Zone (ADIZ) on October 1, a national holiday in China, as the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) recalls unfavorable mainland acquisition in the late 1940s.

In a statement issued Friday, Taiwan’s military said the fighters included 18 J-16 jets, four Su-30 planes, two H-6 bombers as well as an anti-submarine aircraft.

Taiwan’s National Defense Ministry said Taiwan responded to the adverse action by deploying air patrol forces and tracking Chinese aircraft in its air defense system.

ADIZ is a specific area outside the sovereign territory of a country that requires the identification, location and control of aircraft in the national security interests of the country.

China has sent military aircraft to the island, claiming it has increased military harassment with drills on an almost daily basis over the past few years as part of its territory.

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The CCP claims that Taiwan is its territory, although Taiwan has been autonomous since 1949 and has never ruled Taiwan.

Last week, the communist regime flew two Tai fighter jets to Taiwan, a day after the island nation applied to join a trade group of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP), which China also applied to join.

A Chinese PLA J-1f fighter jet flies to an unknown location in a file photo. (Taiwan’s Ministry of Defense via AP)

The biggest daily military attack in Beijing was on June 15, when the Chinese military sent 28 jets to Taiwan’s ADIZ when leaders of a group of seven industrialized nations issued a statement calling for a peaceful solution to Taiwan’s system problems.

Friday’s show of strength was the second-largest daily attack since Taiwan violated ADIZ in June.

Beijing has identified any foreign government’s involvement with Taiwan as a challenge to its sovereignty. It suppresses Taiwan’s international standing, trying to isolate Asian democracy from global groups such as the World Health Organization. Among the countries willing to establish closer ties with Taiwan, such as Lithuania and Japan, are China, which has donated vaccines to Taiwan this year.

Frank U contributed to this report.

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This News Originally From – The Epoch Times

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