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International Territory Dispute


Two U.S Bomber planes have taken a flight over the disputed region of the South China Sea. According to the U.S. air force, the demonstration of the bombing run, declared the privilege to treat the region as international territory rather than China’s own, as China is in the habit of assuming.

Other countries which claim a part in the disputed region include Malaysia, Brunei, Philippines, Taiwan and Vietnam. The region sees more than $5,000,000,000,000 worth of trade on the passing ships.

The flight was taken by the B-1B Lancer Bomber planes from U.S. Air force Base, located in Guam. The run occurred on July 6, just before U.S. President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping are getting ready for a meeting on the occasion of G20 summit to be held in Germany.

The two great political leaders were required to talk about China’s role over Missile and atomic weapon programs of North Korea. North Korea recently tested an intercontinental ballistic missile on July 4. The Missile, according to a few weapon specialists has the capability to target Hawaii and Alaska and maybe the Pacific Northwest region of U.S.

Trump has been considering using China in an effort to dominate the North Korea. The U.S. military, staying apart from such political strategies, has clearly stated its “freedom of navigation” rights in the still disputed territory of the South China Sea, which has clearly irritated China.

The United States has opposed China’s building of military base on South China Sea reefs and small islands it has built. The U.S. is clearly worried that they could be utilized by China to expand its territorial threat.

The U.S. Lancers had also taken a flight over the South China Sea a month ago, from the same U.S. air force Base in Guam. Their flight was timed with a U.S. warship, which drilled 12 nautical miles inside of one of China’s fake islands, in the month of May.

Chinese Foreign Ministry representative Geng Shuang said there was no issue with navigational freedom or a usual over-flight over the East and South China Seas. However, he also said that China steadfastly restricts singular nations utilizing the standard of navigational freedom and over-flight, to parade military force and mischief China’s power and security, only for a show of power.