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Vietnam Asks China to Withdraw Missiles from South China Sea

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Vietnam Asks China to Withdraw Missiles

Vietnam has asked China to withdraw its military equipment from the outposts of South China Sea, saying that their deployment violates Hanoi’s sovereignty, raises tension and destabilizes the regional situation. The request came after CNBC reported that China had installed anti-ship cruise missiles and surface-to-air missile systems on 3 outposts in the contested Spratly Islands.

Vietnam Asks China to Withdraw Missiles

Vietnam Asks China to Withdraw Missiles

In a statement, Foreign Ministry Spokeswoman, Le Thi Thu Hang said, “Vietnam has enough legal basis & historical evidence to assert its sovereignty over the Spratlys and the Paracels in the South China Sea.”

On last Friday, The Chinese Foreign Ministry spokeswoman said “peaceful constructions and deployed defensive facilities intended to meet the need of protecting national sovereignty & security, which is also the right of a sovereign state.”

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