China Sends Aircraft, Vessels Near Taiwan After President Tsai Writes to the Pope

Taiwan’s military detected four Chinese aircraft and three naval vessels near the island nation on Jan. 25, Taiwan’s defense ministry said, just two days after President Tsai Ing-wen wrote a letter to Pope Francis.
The Chinese military aircraft and naval vessels were detected at around 6 a.m. (local time). Still, there was no trace of the aircraft crossing the Taiwan Strait median line or Taiwan’s airspace, according to the ministry.
Taiwan’s military responded by deploying aircraft, navy vessels, and land-based missile systems to monitor the Chinese military’s activities.
Chinese incursions into Taiwan have occurred almost daily as the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) increased military pressure on the self-ruled island. Taiwan’s military detected nine Chinese aircraft and four vessels on Jan. 23….

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