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These South China Sea Countries Are Now Fighting Back Against China’s Attacks

Indonesia, the Philippines, Malaysia, Vietnam, Singapore, and Brunei, among other countries, are now posing a serious challenge to China’s aggressive behavior in the South China Sea.
The Philippines has increased patrols and plans to send Coast Guard vessels to Thitu Island in the Spratlys. 
It has also reaffirmed its support for the United States.
Chinese Coast Guard warships began patrolling around Malaysian drilling operations in the Kasawari gas field off the coast of Sarawak in June 2021, with the intention of targeting offshore supply vessels.
Malaysian Foreign Minister Saifuddin Abdullah acknowledged that China’s harassment will continue as long as the operations at Kasawari continue, but vowed to persevere in the face of adversity.
Indonesia, the largest member of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), wants to punish China and is spearheading the battle against it.
China has gone so far as to hinder Indonesia not to drilling in its continental shelf in the North Natuna Sea, claiming Chinese ownership of the area.
The ASEAN Coast Guard Forum, which convened virtually in October last year, has asked Brunei, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, and Vietnam to meet this year as part of Indonesia’s Maritime Security Agency.
Vice Admiral Aan Kurnia, chief of the Indonesian maritime security agency said
“We will share experiences on how to respond in the field when we face the same ‘disturbance’.”
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