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China raise Alarm, Says U.S. Military in South China Sea Isn't good for Peace

On Monday, the Chinese foreign ministry said that the United States always send ships and aircraft into the southern China sea to "flex its muscles" and that the routine occurrence is not good for peace. He made the statement after an aircraft carried some group of US military to sail into the disputed waterway.

The southern China sea, which paths trillions of dollars every year has been the main target of contention between Washington and Beijing, with China being angered by U.S. military activities there.

On Saturday, the U.S military were captured on camera parading around the sea and the parade was led by the USS Theodore Roosevelt and accompanied by three warships. They landed on the waterway to promote "freedom of the seas", as they said.

Newsmen were told by the foreign ministry spokesman, Zhao Lijian, that the United States always sends aircraft into the south China sea just to show off its muscles.

"This is not conducive to peace and stability in the region." he said

The carrier group lands inside the southern China sea at the moment when Chinese-claimed Taiwan reported incursions by Chinese air force jets into the southwestern part of its air defense identification zone, prompting concern from Washington.

The present administration of new governance in U.S. said that the country is committed to have a 'rock-solid' peaceful relationship with Taiwan. Torixus reports.

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