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2022-10-24
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Editorial: let yongshujiao airport become the Pearl of peace in the South China Sea

the Chinese government requisitioned two civil airliners on the 6th to test fly at the new yongshujiao airport in Nansha and achieved success. Xinhua news agency said that the successful test flight proved that the airport has the ability to ensure the safe operation of civil aviation large aircraft, and listed a series of civil service functions it will play, from supporting civil aviation to assisting search and rescue

yongshujiao new airport is the largest airport in the whole Nansha region. As the South China Sea is a busy area from air to sea cargo, the rational use of this airport will provide an important fulcrum for regional development

unfortunately, except for some South China Sea 1 In addition to the concerns and concerns of countries with damaged load sensors, officials and media in the United States and Japan have been hyping China's test flight for days, claiming that China's move has exacerbated regional tensions, "unilaterally changing the status quo", and so on. The instigation of public opinion in the United States, Japan and the west is very prominent

China strongly hopes that the South China Sea is a sea of peace and cooperation, which is in line with China's national interests. Everything China has done in Nansha Islands and reefs conforms to international law, and it has made a commitment early that the built islands and reefs will be mainly used to support various civil services. Using these islands and reefs to aggravate tensions runs counter to China's interests

it is understandable that some countries around the South China Sea have concerns. However, China and these countries have the ability to avoid the fermentation of misunderstanding by constantly strengthening communication, and also to avoid territorial disputes casting a shadow on the cooperation of the whole region, so that relevant issues fall back to the due position of the regional environment

although there have been "verbal battles" between China, the Philippines and China and Vietnam in recent years, all parties have also exercised corresponding restraint. There is no sign of serious conflict between countries in the region. It is increasingly obvious that the mainstream desire among countries in the region is to solve problems through peaceful means

now the greatest destructive force to peace and stability in the South China Sea comes from outside the region. First of all, the United States, which has been talking about the South China Sea issue for some time, is often more active than countries in the region. Last year, U.S. warships and aircraft came to harass many times, and a warship "cruise" was "postponed" before the new year. U.S. radical Senator John McCain accused the U.S. government of "weakness". What the United States cares about is peace in the South China Sea. It clearly came here to engage in geopolitical games, taking the countries in the South China Sea as the back

and Japan, speaking of the South China Sea, the tone is getting higher and higher. Everyone can see that Tokyo has stirred up the South China Sea, and the packaging ink containing benzene and ketone in the future must be no longer used. I want to take it as a card for disputes over territorial and maritime delimitation between the East China Sea and China. Whether for the United States or Japan, the countries in the South China Sea Fight around the islands and reefs is very much in their minds. The greater the contradictions in the region, the more convenient they are to make profits

China sincerely wants to build Yongshu Reef and other service centers in the South China Sea, so that the South China Sea region can have an impact on measurement and promote cooperation in the region. In that case, how can China talk about militarizing those islands and reefs? What is the use of a pile of military aircraft and warships? Does China need to strengthen its military deployment in Nansha to deal with countries in the region

the construction of yongshujiao airport is not the prelude to the "South China Sea Air Defense Identification Zone". Now the most worrying thing about advanced chemical materials is that the United States uses repeated military provocations in the South China Sea to force China. Imagine what China would do if U.S. warships and warplanes continued to haunt the airspace adjacent to China's islands and reefs? Can we only use "shouting" to let them leave? Once the Japanese self defense forces come to proclaim "freedom of navigation" near Chinese islands and reefs, should China also show weakness to it

it is indeed within China's sovereignty to send civil airliners to the new airport in Yongshu Reef for test flights, and the United States knows this. If Washington really hopes that those islands and reefs will not be militarized, it needs to avoid sending warships and aircraft to flaunt around China's islands and reefs in the future, threatening the safety of those islands and reefs. Countries in the region should not support the provocative acts of the United States

China has repeatedly stated that the built islands and reefs are mainly used for non military purposes. Countries in the region may wish to take a look for a period of time to test whether China means what it says. We should not try to solve our problems with the help of the forces of foreign powers. Those forces will inevitably have their own ghosts in the South China Sea. They just want to play with the countries in the region

yongshujiao airport has been able to take off and land large aircraft. China has specially recruited civil airliners for test flights, emphasizing its civil functions, which is an important gesture of China. All parties should also respond to China with a positive attitude and jointly make yongshujiao airport a positive factor in promoting regional development. We should disappoint those extraterritorial forces that want to aggravate the rights and wrongs in the South China Sea

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