39 Chinese planes enter Taiwan’s aerial identification zone: Taiwanese Ministry of Defense

39 Chinese planes enter Taiwan's aerial identification zone

39 Chinese planes enter Taiwan’s aerial identification zone

Taipei … News Time

Taiwan’s Defense Ministry says 39 Chinese military planes flew over the water southwest of the island and entered its air defense identification zone. These aircraft included J-10 and J-16 fighter jets. The ministry said that since the release of reports on the entry of Chinese military aircraft in its current form in September 2020, the number of 39 aircraft is the second highest number recorded in a single day. On October 4, 56 Chinese military aircraft entered the air defense identification zone. In 2021, about 1,000 Chinese military aircraft entered Taiwan’s air defense identification zone. It has been confirmed that more than 100 Chinese aircraft have entered the air defense identification zone this year. The Defense Ministry issued a report in November warning of the dangers posed by China to the gray zone. The report says that without real armed attack, China is trying to take over Taiwan’s military capabilities and create unrest among the people. This suggests that sending aircraft to Taiwan’s air defense identification zone is one of the tactics China is using. According to the report, China’s goal is to gain control of Taiwan without engaging in hostilities.


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