(Worthy News) – Nearly 40 Chinese warplanes entered Taiwan’s air defense zone (ADIZ) in about six hours, the island’s defense ministry said Thursday.
This demonstrates a significant ramp-up in single-day incursions by China’s military, with the largest being detected on April 9 when there were 45 sorties. According to Taiwan’s Ministry of National Defense spokesman Sun Li-fang, starting at 5 am local time (2100 GMT), “a total of 37 Chinese military aircrafts” entered Taiwan’s southwestern ADIZ.
“Some continued… towards the Western Pacific for long-range reconnaissance training,” Sun was quoted as saying by AFP. [ Source: i24 (Read More…) ]
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