We often go to South China Sea as international ‘law of the sea’ is at risk there:French Navy Chief

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The French Navy goes to South China Sea multiple times in a year as international ‘law of the sea’ is at risk there and it wants to support freedom of navigation, its chief said on Monday.

China claims the South China Sea as its sovereign territory, but these claims overlap with those of other Asian governments. Meanwhile, China on Monday urged the US military to “stop flexing muscles” in the disputed South China Sea, a point of persistent friction between both the sides.

French Navy Chief Admiral Christophe Prazuck said in New Delhi, “I don’t think that Chinese Navy is hiding anything about their global appreciation and global ambition.” Read more

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