17:07 Military Information” The CCP authorizes the maritime police to use force and the Philippines violates international law



Philippine Presidential Office spokesperson Luo Kui (pictured) stated at a press conference at the Philippine Presidential Office yesterday that according to universal international law, except for the entry of armed forces or the authorization of the UN Security Council, the use of force is generally prohibited under other conditions.

Philippine Presidential Office spokesperson Luo Kui (pictured) stated at a press conference at the Philippine Presidential Office yesterday that according to universal international law, except for the entry of armed forces or the authorization of the UN Security Council, the use of force is generally prohibited under other conditions. “. (European News Agency)

2021/01/26 17:07

[Instant News/Comprehensive Report]The situation in the Southeast China Sea is tense, and the CCP passed the “Maritime Police Law” on the 22nd, allowing marine police to use force in Chinese waters to deal with foreign ships, triggering a backlash from regional countries. All countries use force.”

According to a comprehensive foreign media report, the “Maritime Police Law” passed by the Standing Committee of the National People’s Congress on the 22nd of this month has violated the law in China’s territorial waters and can conduct boarding inspections on ships in the waters under Chinese jurisdiction. The warning is fruitless. In addition to being able to use force directly, they are also authorized to carry aircraft on ships and can use airborne weapons.

In addition to the Japanese protests, Philippine Senator Francis Pangilinan stated that China’s Maritime Police Act is a foreign law that violates the Philippines’ economic waters. In addition, he also said: “Indonesia and Vietnam also reject China’s intimidation. , They are not a timid country.” China’s move will accelerate its bullying of disadvantaged countries.

The spokesperson of the Presidential Palace of the Philippines, Harry Roque, stated at a press conference at the Presidential Palace of the Philippines that according to general international law, in addition to armed forces entering or authorized by the UN Security Council, under other conditions “The use of force is generally prohibited.”

Luo Kui emphasized that countries involved in the West Philippine Sea should not let the situation in the West Philippine Sea worsen; he also mentioned that Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte hopes that the South China Sea Code of Conduct can be finalized, and all claimants in the West Philippine Sea also This code of conduct should be followed.



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