Theodore Laxman, known for his rude comments, came after demonstrations in Manila, which described hundreds of Chinese boats within the 200-mile special economic zone of the Philippines as “illegal”.
“China, my friend, how can I humbly describe this? Look at me… O கிடைக்கும் get an F ** k out, ”Luxon tweeted on his personal account.
“What are you doing to our friendship? You. We do not. We are trying. You. You’re like an ugly guy who forces your attention on a handsome guy who wants to be a friend; Should not be the father of a Chinese neglect. ”Said Laxmin.
In response to a request for comment, a US State Department spokesman reiterated the March 28 statement by Secretary of State Anthony Blingen, saying that the United States “stands behind our ally, the Philippines,” despite pressure from (Chinese) pirates. In the South China Sea. ”
“As we have said before, an armed attack on the Philippine Armed Forces or on public ships or aircraft in the Pacific, including the South China Sea, will impose our obligations under the United States and the States Mutual Security Agreement,” the spokesman added.
China claims the entire South China Sea, with about $ 3 trillion shipped annually. In 2016, an arbitral tribunal in The Hague ruled that the case violated international law.
In a statement issued on Monday, the Philippine Foreign Ministry accused the Chinese Coast Guard of “shadowing, obstructing, dangerous maneuvers and wireless challenges to Philippine Coast Guard vessels”.
On Sunday, the Philippines pledged to continue naval exercises in the South China Sea exclusive economic zone in response to China’s demand that it end measures that could escalate the controversy.
According to foreign ministry data, the Philippines has filed 78 diplomatic struggles with China since April 26, 2016, when President Rodrigo Durte took office.
“Our reports are also strong because of the boldness of the actions and the number and frequency of trials,” said Mary Yevd Bunson Apples, managing director of foreign affairs’ strategic communications.
Durtey has sought closer ties, especially with China, in exchange for Beijing’s billions of dollars in investment, aid and loans.
“China is still our donor. We are not saying we should be rude and disrespectful because we have a conflict with China,” Durde said in his weekly national speech.
“So please let our fishermen hunt in peace, there is no cause for trouble,” Durte told China.
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