Philippine coastguard shoos Chinese ship from South China Sea zone


In this Jan 17, 2019, file photo, a dragon dance welcomes Wuhu, a Type 054A guided missile frigate, as it docks at Manila's South Harbor for a four-day port call in Manila, Philippines. The Philippine coastguard said on Monday (July 19, 2021) it had warned and followed a Chinese warship out of waters within the country’s exclusive economic zone in the disputed South China Sea. - AP

MANILA, July 19 (dpa): The Philippine coastguard said on Monday it had warned and followed a Chinese warship out of waters within the country’s exclusive economic zone in the disputed South China Sea.

The incident happened on July 13 off Marie Louise Bank, 147 nautical miles from the coast of El Nido town in the Philippines’ western province of Palawan, the coastguard said.

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