Southforward.com – France and Britain are rumored to be sending their warships in the South China Sea region.
Reported Reuters page, Saturday (9/6/2018), It was delivered by each defense minister of France and England in his press conference.
French defense minister Florence Parly will be united with Britain to go to the South China Sea this week.
“Every time there is a warning that our warships stay away from ‘territorial waters’, the commander will reply to move on,” Parly said.
He also said the South China Sea is an area of international waters that can be traversed by anyone and any country.
As is known, Tensions are increasingly occurring in recent months in the South China Sea between the US and China.
The US also continues to strengthen its military in the region. What’s more, this week the US bomber, the B-52 flew across the air of the South China Sea.
The US is also reported to have sent their fighter planes into the region along with its allies around the region in Japan.
“We have to make sure that a country still has to stick to the rules, there are consequences if it breaks,” commentator Gavin Williamson, British Defense Secretary.