Some of the 220 Chinese vessels are seen moored at Whitsun Reef in this photo provided on Sunday. Photo: Philippine Coast Guard/National Task Force-West Philippine Sea via AP Some of the 220 Chinese vessels are seen moored at Whitsun Reef in this photo provided on Sunday. Photo: Philippine Coast Guard/National Task Force-West Philippine Sea via AP
Some of the 220 Chinese vessels are seen moored at Whitsun Reef in this photo provided on Sunday. Photo: Philippine Coast Guard/National Task Force-West Philippine Sea via AP
The Philippines

South China Sea: Philippines files diplomatic protest over 200 Chinese vessels at disputed reef

  • A government agency said about 220 Chinese boats were seen moored at Whitsun Reef (Julian Felipe) in Manila’s exclusive economic zone on March 7
  • ‘We call on the Chinese to stop this incursion and immediately recall these boats violating our maritime rights’, said Defence Secretary Delfin Lorenzana

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Some of the 220 Chinese vessels are seen moored at Whitsun Reef in this photo provided on Sunday. Photo: Philippine Coast Guard/National Task Force-West Philippine Sea via AP Some of the 220 Chinese vessels are seen moored at Whitsun Reef in this photo provided on Sunday. Photo: Philippine Coast Guard/National Task Force-West Philippine Sea via AP
Some of the 220 Chinese vessels are seen moored at Whitsun Reef in this photo provided on Sunday. Photo: Philippine Coast Guard/National Task Force-West Philippine Sea via AP
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