Phl protests China's ramming of fishing boats in Panatag
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The government protested Wednesday the international ramming of three Philippine fishing boats by a Chinese coast guard vessel on Jan. 29 and the destructive and illegal harvesting of giant clams in Panatag Shoal, also called Bajo de Masinloc. The Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) handed over two protest notes to representatives of the Chinese embassy in Manila, in connection with the recent incidents at Panatag Shoal. The DFA received a report from the Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) that three Philippine fishing vessels -F/B Barbie, F/B Ocean Glory 2 and F/B Ana Marie - were "intentionally rammed" by Chinese vessel 3412 last Jan. 29.
Brago, P. L., Macairan, E., & Romero, A. (2015, February 6). Phl protests China's ramming of fishing boats in Panatag. Philippine Star, p. 11.
Fishing vessels; Disputes; Territorial waters; Foreign fishing; International law; Law of the sea; Livelihoods; Fishing rights; Rare species; Exclusive economic zone; Illegal fishing; United Nations Convention on Law of the Sea; Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA); Philippine Coast Guard (PCG); United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS); Convention on Biological Diversity; Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora; China's Foreign Ministry
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