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No "Provocation" Can Stop PLA's Naval Drills

Poster:Surya NarayananPost date:2017-01-23
Catergory:News
Region:(China)
Issue:(PLA)
(Taipei Times/Reuters) The Chinese Communist Party's official paper stated that the PLA would not bow to international pressures and would continue engaging in military drills and exercises. This comes after widespread international concern on the tensions caused by the aircraft carrier Liaoning's military exercises in the South China Sea and Pacific regions. Taiwan's response involved scrambling fighter jets for possible self-defense if necessary.   
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