Philippines told China to be careful in statements about use of force

Department of National Defense told China to be more careful in releasing statement regarding the use of military force.  “They should be more circumspect regarding the giving of statement,” Defense Department Spokesman Peter Galvez said.

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Galvez also added that “the soonest that we approach this peacefully, the sooner the region can expect all the development and growth, which is the target and aimed for hindi lang ng mga Pilipino, pati lahat ng mga tao sa buong Asia-Pacific.”

Chinese Defense Minister Chang Wanquan earlier warned the Philippines and Japan not to try China’s effort to protect its national sovereignty, security and territorial integrity, saying the Chinese military can be assembled quickly to fight and win any battle.  “Not even a tiny bit of violation is allowed,” he added.

5 thoughts on “Philippines told China to be careful in statements about use of force

  1. pinay.wanderer

    That damn minister is a military man saying what he can do.
    But does not know terrible repercussions of his action.
    Stupid and crazy.

  2. Arnold Adriano

    NOT ONLY CRAZT!! HE'S IDIOT BASTARD!! HIS BRAIN I THING IS SMALLER THAT THE BRAIN OF A MOSQUITO!! A DOG OF MAO ZE DONG.

  3. boyod

    these china man use his mouth not his brain. yes they are superior in number but so weak as a vegetables they never experience victory since then. they do fit in a no-brain department

  4. J.Q.

    With all due respect even I'm not pro-communist please don't indulge the name of their founder Mao. As per history written from both sides Mao was never the same as these people now in the hierarchy of China. Mao could not have taken the over China if he was thinking or speaking ignoramus rhetoric's as these officials are doing now.

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