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Chinese Dragon sent 19 fighter planes together, Taiwan deployed missiles


Highlights

  • China’s army on Sunday sent 19 fighter planes simultaneously in Taiwan’s airspace
  • There were many such bombers in these PLA planes which are also capable of dropping atomic bombs.
  • Taiwan’s Air Force took retaliatory action after this aggressive action of China

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On Sunday, the Chinese army, which is looking to occupy the South China Sea, sent 19 fighter planes simultaneously in Taiwan’s airspace. There were many such bombers among them which are also capable of dropping atomic bombs. After this aggressive action of China, Taiwan’s Air Force retaliated and ran its fighter jets. It is believed that China has tried to intimidate Taiwan by sending so many planes at once.

Earlier on June 15, 28 Chinese planes violated Taiwanese airspace. The Chinese mission included 10 J-16s and four Sukhoi-30 aircraft. Apart from this, the H-6 bomber capable of dropping 4 nuclear bombs also reached close to Taiwan. Taiwan’s Defense Ministry said that China had also sent an anti-submarine aircraft. Taiwan’s Defense Ministry said that Taiwan also sent its aircraft to drive away Chinese aircraft and missile systems were also deployed.
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Taiwan threatened to be ‘war ready’ in Chinese
There is no statement from China regarding this yet. Taiwan officials have been complaining for the past several months that Chinese Air Force aircraft are behaving too aggressively. Chinese aircraft often violate Taiwan’s airspace. Not only this, the Chinese army has recently released many threatening posters and videos while waging propaganda war against Taiwan. These include threatening Taiwan to be ‘war ready’ in Chinese.

Not only this, Chinese soldiers are shown with weapons and war equipment. Many posters also show live firing of weapons like missiles, tanks. These pictures and videos have been released by the propaganda wing of the PLA 80th Group Army. Taiwan has never been governed under the Chinese flag. Despite this, China has always been telling this country as its part.

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