A plane with a Chinese flag on its tail in a picture supplied by the Royal Malaysian Air Force on Monday. Photo: Reuters
A plane with a Chinese flag on its tail in a picture supplied by the Royal Malaysian Air Force on Monday. Photo: Reuters

China insists it did nothing wrong after Malaysia complains about air force ‘intrusion’

  • The foreign ministry in Beijing says Monday’s flight was a routine activity that was in accordance with international law
  • Malaysia says 16 transport planes carried out ‘suspicious’ activities in the South China Sea, but one military source says only two aircraft were involved

A plane with a Chinese flag on its tail in a picture supplied by the Royal Malaysian Air Force on Monday. Photo: Reuters
A plane with a Chinese flag on its tail in a picture supplied by the Royal Malaysian Air Force on Monday. Photo: Reuters
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