Two US-led missile fighters sailed on Monday near a Chinese-made Mischief Reef island in the South China Sea, with a number of territorial conflicts causing tensions in the region.
Last year, China added surface aircraft missiles to the disputed island, one of the three Chinese military forces that were reinforced in 201
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Cmdr. Clay Doss, US 7th Public Fleet Officer, said in a Fox News statement: "USS Spruance (DDG 111) and USS Preble (DDG 88) excursion-free missiles (FONOPS) in the South China Sea. Spruance and Preble sailed 12 nautical miles from the islands of Spratly to prevent excessive maritime claims and to maintain access to waterways covered by international law.
Warships were hidden by Chinese property, but the interaction was normal and unwanted, according to a separate US official
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China is targeting smaller neighbors in many disputes in the South China Sea due to islands, coral reefs and lagoons, fish and potential oil and gas reserves important for world trade and rich waters.
Said Doss: "The US Force is operating in the Indo-Pacific region every day, including the South China Sea. All operations are designed in accordance with international law and show that the United States will fly, operate and operate wherever international law permits. This is the case in the South China Sea, as in other parts of the world.
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The operation began when the Short Administration made another round of trade talks with the Chinese government
Treasury Secretary Stephen Mnuchin heads Thursday and the delegation will meet Chinese officials on Friday. The purpose of the conversation is to solve a trade war that threatens global economic growth, partly by raising prices for consumers and businesses, officials said. The situation may worsen because the release of tariffs will end in March
Fox News Lucas Tomlinson and The Associated Press have contributed to this report