Saturday, October 1, 2016

Chinese General Says Singapore Should 'Pay The Price' In South China Sea Dispute

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South China Morning Post: Chinese defence adviser turns up heat on Singapore over South China Sea row

Jin Yinan, from the PLA’s National Defence University, accuses city state of siding with US over maritime dispute

Beijing should impose sanctions and retaliate against Singapore to make the city state “pay the price for seriously damaging China’s interests”, an influential Chinese defence adviser told state radio.

The remarks by Professor Jin Yinan came amid stern criticism by China over Singapore’s reported insistence on including content that backed the Philippines’ position on an international arbitration ruling on claims to the South China Sea in the final document of the Summit of the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) in Venezuela early last month.

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WNU Editor: Chinese - Singapore relations have been strained for a while .... Blow-by-blow account of the China-Singapore spat over Global Times’ South China Sea report (South China Morning Post).

More News On Chinese Threats Against Singapore On the South China Sea Dispute

Chinese military adviser says Singapore should 'pay the price' in South China Sea spat -- IBTimes
PLA General: We must strike back at Singapore -- The Independent
South China Sea spat exposes Singapore-Beijing strains -- Financial Times

1 comment:

Jac said...

China is behaving worse and worse because it feel no real opposition... sadly exactly as Hitler feel on his time.
After the US election China will know who will be the next president and will have 2.5 month of government transition to do all what it want. The "fait accompli" will be impossible to reverse. Next, will be "the first chain" and Marian Islands may be the second one.