Vietnam boats intrude into Chinese waters - China
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Vietnamese fishing boats have been increasingly intruding into Chinese territorial waters near Hainan Island and Guangdong Province, both are home to many Chinese military bases. A total of 311 Vietnamese fishing boats intruded into Chinese internal waters, territorial waters and exclusive economic zones in South China in February for the purpose of illegal fishing and spying, according to a report conducted by the South China Sea Strategic Situation Probing Initiative (SCSPI), a think tank at Peking University. Among them, 212 entered the southeastern waters of Hainan Island, Leizhou Peninsula and waters near Guangdong, and some 90 fishing boats entered the Chinese waters of the Beibu Gulf, it said.
Vietnam boats intrude into Chinese waters - China. (2020, March 5). The Philippine Star, p. B5.
Fishing vessels; Territorial waters; Military operations; Exclusive economic zone; Illegal fishing; Territorial waters; Disputes; South China Sea Strategic Situation Probing Initiative (SCSPI); Peking University; Automatic Identification System (AIS); Hu, Bo; Vietnam; Hainan Island; Guangdong; Leizhou Peninsula
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