Taiwan Shoots Flares At Unidentified Aircraft, China Commences Drills Around Taiwan
Taiwan's defense ministry stated on Thursday that they have fired flares at an unidentified aircraft above the Kinmen islands in order to drive what they believe are "drones" away.
The Chinese military has begun carrying out military drills around the island of Taiwan, including live firing weapons systems on the waters surrounding the island, Chinese state media reported on Thursday.
The military exercises by the Chinese military are set to end at noon on Sunday, according to the report by Chinese state media.
Taiwan's military says that their forces are "preparing for war without seeking war" after the Chinese military drills commenced around the island.
Japan had reported yesterday that a PLAN type 056 corvette Xiaogan (615) had been operating off of the northeast coast of Taiwan since July 27th, and added that JMSDF destroyer Yudachi and Naha-based P-3s are keeping an eye on the Chinese naval forces in the area.
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