Philippine Navy sends first patrol ship to West Philippine Sea anew -beg China to respect its sovereign territory

China asked United States of America to respect its national interest in Asia; the Philippines asked China to respect its sovereign territory and it's 370 Kilometers from its coast or 200 Nautical Miles (NM) Exclusive Economic Zone as grants from UNCLOS: US will respect china's interest.

As published in the Business World Online Thursday, The Philippine Government once again calls for China to respect the "territorial sovereignty" and the exclusive economic zone after the former sent its first patrol ship to the West Philippine Sea (South China Sea), the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) said in a statement on Friday.

"The Philippines strongly objects to the Chinese patrol of Philippine maritime domain in the WPS [West Philippine Sea]," DFA Assistant Secretary and Spokesman Raul S. Hernandez said in a text message to reporters.

"Such patrol will not validate the 9-dash lines [China's claim] and is contrary to China's obligation under international law including UNCLOS [United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea]," Mr. Hernandez added.

The government reacted to the reports that a patrol ship was sent from China in the disputed areas in the West Philippines Sea.

The dispute between the Philippines and China escalated after the Scarborough Shoal issue. Other countries such as Malaysia and Taiwan claim ownership of parts of the disputed seas. (read further in the Business World Online)

Philippines objections to new Chinese gunboat in the Spratly

MSN News also published that the  Philippines on Friday said it "strongly objects" to China's deployment of a new patrol vessel in the South China Sea, where the two countries have a seething maritime territorial dispute.

Such patrols will not boost China's claim to the disputed territory where the two countries have had a standoff since April, Department of Foreign Affairs spokesman Raul Hernandez said in a statement.

"The Philippines strongly objects to the Chinese patrol of Philippine maritime domain in the West Philippine Sea," the statement said, using the local name for the South China Sea.

It called on China to respect the country's "territorial sovereignty and EEZ", referring to the Philippines' 200-nautical-mile exclusive economic zone.

China's official Xinhua news agency said on Thursday an ocean-going patrol vessel equipped with a helipad would be deployed to the South China Sea, the first of its kind in the area.

In late November, China said it had granted its border patrol police the right to board and turn away foreign ships entering the disputed waters, raising fears of a confrontation.

Both the Philippines and China have overlapping claims over parts of the South China Sea, a major shipping route that is also believed to hold vast mineral resources.

Tensions between China and the Philippines have risen in the area since April after ships from both countries had a standoff over a rock outcropping known as the Scarborough Shoal.

While the Philippines has withdrawn its ships, it says China reneged on an agreement to pull out its own vessels.

China claims the shoal as well as nearly all of the South China Sea, even waters close to the coasts of neighbouring countries. The Philippines says the shoal is well within its EEZ. (read further in MSN News)

Philippines claims South China Sea islands, How Filipinos Discovered the Paradise in the Kalayaan Group of Islands?

Filipinos have settled on Thitu Island as a means to strengthen the country's claim on the Spratlys.

hitu Island is at the centre of one of the biggest territorial disputes in the world.

It is part of the Spratly Islands in the South China Sea, which are believed to be sitting on billions of dollars' worth of oil and gas reserves.

Six countries claim ownership of the tiny archipelago, including the Philippines, which has people living on Thitu Island as a means to strengthen its claim on the Spratlys.

Article published in Jazeera's Jamela Alindogan reports from the Spratlys in the West Philippine Sea (South China Sea).

Watch the Video of the Pagasa Island (Thitu Island) of the Paradise Kalayaan Group of Islands, Spratlys, Province of Palawan, (Old Sultanate of Sulu) Philippines.

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27 comments:

  1. a nagkukumahug na naman si tongressman at si senatong na magbili ng mga boat naval boat dyan na kasi ang China.

    Cgi lang ano lang kayo paupo upo lang imbes na magbili ng tamang gamit pang depensa yan ang bilhin nyo yung multi purpose for rescue only sa mga sundalong nalulunod.

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  2. Ang ganda pala dun sa Pg-asa island. Sana may mag invest na may pera dyan yung malalaking bangka byahe mula palawan papuntang Pag-asa (Thitu) Island. kasi meron yan dati pero parang natigil recently.

    E develop naman natin ang toursim dun, kita nyo sa video ang ganda ng buhangin, sing ganda ng Boracay... malinis na kapaligiran, peaceful... maraming mga pilipino ang gusto pumunta doon sana mga pinoy na kayang mag invest dyan.. mag invest kayo sa tourism para marating na namin ang paraiso ng kalyaan group of island

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  3. China asked United States of America to respect its national interest in Asia; the Philippines asked China to respect its sovereign territory and it's 370 Kilometers from its coast or 200 Nautical Miles (NM) Exclusive Economic Zone as grants from UNCLOS: US will respect china's interest.

    Parang beggar lang tayo.. nagmamaka-awa china please respect our sovereign territory...

    While China to USA...... USA! respect OUR national interest in Asia!!!!

    Ang yabang talaga ng china... inutusan si unlce sam

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  4. Ingat kayo diyan mga Navy ha! baka magpang abot kayo sa gitna ng dagat, dapat gising palagi. Huwag kayong luluhod sa mga hayup na intsek na yan kung maaari e uwi nyo barko nila kung sakali mang may mangyayari diyan. Kung sa bagay nasa hindi bababa sa 5 warship ng USA ang naka patrol ngayon sa Spratlys. Iyan tingnan natin paano mag mayabang ang mga intsek diyan..

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  5. napagod na ako sa ganitong balita, cge pinas mag makaawa kayo, bakit di nalang kayo pumunta sa china at lumohod sa harap nila, mga ungas na senator at congressman,sinusubukan kung mapanatili na may pagasa pa ang bansa, pero I started to lost my hope. dahil sa mga inutil na mambabatas na sakim, at walang ibang inatupag kundi sarili nilang kapakanan, cge pag binumba kayo dyan okay din yan, para matikman nyo ang consequence ng mga inutil nating mambabatas, na wala talaga tayong kakayanang ipagtanggol ang ang ating bayan, dahil sa mga kawatan at inutil na mga mababatas.

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  6. luhod na mga hungkag na mambabatas ng pinas, pinabayaan nyo ang bansa, mga inutil kayo, ngayon ano hindi nyo na makuha sa pakiusap ang mga sakim na gustong umangkin sa ating territoryo, hindi na kayo natutu.

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  7. GO GO GO NAVY! PROTECT OUR TERRITORY AGAINST STUPID CHINKS INTRUDER!

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  8. GO GO GO NAVY! PROTECT OUR TERRITORY AGAINST STUPID CHINKS INTRUDER!

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  9. China tightens Internet rules

    http://ph.news.yahoo.com/china-tightens-internet-rules-161016908.html

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  10. Taiwan plans oil, gas exploration in South China Sea

    http://ph.news.yahoo.com/taiwan-plans-oil-gas-exploration-south-china-sea-074344992--finance.html

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  11. Pinoy laser scientist wins Danish optics prize

    A Filipino scientist has received the highest prize from the Danish Optical Society (DOPS) for his current work with lasers and laser sensors.

    http://ph.news.yahoo.com/pinoy-laser-scientist-wins-danish-optics-prize-111815456.html

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  12. Yeah about Peter John Rodrigo- a Pinoy laser scientist wins Danish Highest optics prize.. I read the same in http://ph.ofw.austronesia.net/?q=Peter-John-Rodrigo-a-Pinoy-laser-scientist-wins-Danish-optics-prize

    Congratulations to him, we need a person like him in our PASA so we could create a more advance spaceships with lots of laser and optical controls etc....

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  13. Ang kawawang cowboy
    May baril, walang bala
    May bulsa, wala namaaaang pera...

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  14. kahit navy natin committed at matapang, wala paring silbe yun, hindi na uso ang tabak ngayon.kailngan nating gumising at tapatan ang kalaban sa armas.

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  15. KUNG MAGKAROON BA NG SIGALOT SA 200 NM EEZ NATIN MAGKA SALUBONG ANG BARKO NATIN AT BARKO NG CHINA PERO NASA LOOB CLA NG EEZ NG PILIPINAS AT LUMUBOG ANG BARKO NATIN,ANU ANG PWEDING GAWIN NG UN PARTICULARLY SA UNCLOS>???

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  16. hehe wag masyado kabahan chess na yan at may submarine na sa ilalim....watch and sea how china will collapse....

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  17. chance na ntin maka-develope ng hi-power laser energy weapon. yehey! meron na tau pinoy laser scientist, sna matulungan nya ang gov. ntin sa pagdevelope now.thank's Mr. Peter John Rodrigo galing mo!

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  18. chance na ntin maka-develope ng hi-power laser energy weapon. yehey! meron na tau pinoy laser scientist, sna matulungan nya ang gov. ntin sa pagdevelope now.thank's Mr. Peter John Rodrigo galing mo!

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  19. kng d lang sa kapabayaan ng nakaraan namumuno marami sana tayo ngayun barkong ng babantay sa ating teritoryo.

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  20. nanaig kasi ung self interest.

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  21. Sisihin nyo si Ramos.. Mag mula nung umupo si Ramos, ipinatigil ng corrupt na matandang tabako na yan ang armament upgrade kasi magagalit daw si lord.. lord china... kasi baka raw itigil ang milyones na ibinibigay sa kanya..

    durugin nyo pagmumukha ng hayop na yan lagyan nyo ng sili at kamati at ipakain sa buwayang lolong

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  22. We need to acquire Arleigh Burke Destroyer - at least 4 units, 10 units of ASW helicopters, 2 units of Poseidon P-8A, 2 units of ED2, 12 units of F-35C, 24 units of Iron Dome short and long range anti missile(from Israel), 300,000 highly trained army, military, navy, air force personnel, super highly sophisticated radar system and super highly sophisticated communication war rooms.

    With these minimum defense capabilities, i am sure China will think even many times before they sail on the Philippines EEZ.

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    1. O sige bili na yang sinasabi mo mga pang sigma at eto ang 5 pesos iyo na ang sukli dyan ha!!!!

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  23. Pero itong mga businessmen na si Ramon Ang and Lucio Tan aba eh bibili pa daw ng mga airplanes sa China.

    Bubuhayin nila ang mga Mainland China at iyong revenue ng mga ibebenta sa kanila gagamitin naman ng mga Chinese to bully the Philippines.

    Naku naku huwag na tayong sumakay sa mga airplanes ng Philipine Airlines and let us not buy condo units by Eton - owner niyan itong dalawang tsekwa na ito.

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  24. In dealing with the leaders of Mainland China, the Philippine must be wiser and should not believe with their leaders. Their leaders will always test the water, they will always try to be creepy if we allow them to be creepy.

    When we deal with China, we have to be tough. What did our government do with illegal shipment of billions of gold from the Philippines to Hongkong.

    What did we do with illegal druglords caught in the Philippines. We simply sent them back to China. Crazy Filipino leaders - be tough!

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  25. inside of what China is doing, our businessmen kept on buying made in China products?

    This must stop!

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