Korean media: Chinas reconnaissance aircraft flew over 4 hours in the air defense identification zone of Japan and Korea.

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 Korean media: Chinas reconnaissance aircraft flew over 4 hours in the air defense identification zone of Japan and Korea.


According to reports, Chinese military aircraft flew out of South Koreas Air Defense Identification Zone at 10:37 a.m. east of Su Yan Reef and within Japans Air Defense Identification Zone, and again flew into South Koreas Air Defense Identification Zone at 11:48 a.m. east of Pohang about 93 km. After flying northward to about 93 km east of Jiangling, he turned around at 12:13 and returned to Nanyuan Road, leaving the Korean Air Defense Identification Zone at 3:2 p.m.

Earlier on August 29, the ROK Joint Staff Headquarters announced that a Chinese military aircraft from the southwestern side of Suyan Reef entered the ROK Air Defense Identification Zone at 7:37 am and left at 11:50 am. The South Korean side said it was the fifth time that Chinese military aircraft had entered the Air Defense Identification Zone in South Korea this year. South Korea urgently dispatched more than 10 F-15K fighters to take measures such as accompanying flights and warning broadcasts.

The red mark is the map of the Su Yan reef, the map of Google.

It is understood that the Suyan reef is located in the East China Sea and is located in the overlapping area of the exclusive economic zone of China and Korea. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of China has repeatedly said that Su Yan Reef is an isolated underwater reef, not a territory, and there is no territorial dispute between China and South Korea, which is the consensus of both sides.

In February, the Yonhap news agency reported that a Chinese military aircraft flew in South Koreas Air Defense Identification Zone for more than four hours, and South Korea sent out an emergency F-15K fighter to monitor its activities.

On the evening of February 27, South Korean Foreign Ministry First Officer (Deputy Minister) Lin Shengnan summoned Chinese Ambassador to South Korea, Qiu Guohong, to express regret over the flight of Chinese military aircraft into the Korean Air Defense Identification Zone and urge China to prevent similar incidents from happening again. In response, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Lu Kang said that the training of Chinese aircraft to the relevant international airspace is in full compliance with international law and international practice. I must emphasize that the air defense identification zone is not airspace. The South Korean side criticized the Chinese side according to the so-called air defense identification zone without justification. It is understood that air defense identification zones refer to the airspace outside the territorial airspace designated by coastal countries to identify, monitor, control and dispose of aircraft entering this airspace in time to prevent possible air threats, leaving early warning time to safeguard air defense security. Source: observer net responsibility editor: Zhang Xianchao _NN9310

On the evening of February 27, South Korean Foreign Ministry First Officer (Deputy Minister) Lin Shengnan summoned Chinese Ambassador to South Korea, Qiu Guohong, to express regret over the flight of Chinese military aircraft into the Korean Air Defense Identification Zone and urge China to prevent similar incidents from happening again.

In response, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Lu Kang said that the training of Chinese aircraft to the relevant international airspace is in full compliance with international law and international practice. I must emphasize that the air defense identification zone is not airspace. The South Korean side criticized the Chinese side according to the so-called air defense identification zone without justification.

It is understood that air defense identification zones refer to the airspace outside the territorial airspace designated by coastal countries to identify, monitor, control and dispose of aircraft entering this airspace in time to prevent possible air threats, leaving early warning time to safeguard air defense security.