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China holds ‘major’ rotation of ships in WPS

China holds ‘major’ rotation of ships in WPS

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(UPDATE) AT least 27 Chinese ships were monitored in the West Philippine Sea (WPS) in what a maritime security expert said was a “major maritime militia rotation” by Beijing, just days after the Philippines and China agreed to ease tensions in the region through diplomacy.

The 27 Qiong Sansha Yu-class ships were spotted south of the Spratly Islands and east of Bajo de Masinloc (Panatag or Scarborough Shoal).

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