China has no “Rights” over South China Sea


On Wednesday China has discharge a white paper alongside the verdict by a U.N. reverse court that struck down its “historical rights” in the South China Sea, be firm that Beijing has assert over the planned region for 2,000 years. On Tuesday in a main political blow to China, the enduring Court of Arbitration struck downward the Communist giant’s claims in the strategic South China Sea. The Court has conveyed that China dishonored the Philippines’ sovereign rights. It further conveyed that, China has reason harsh harm to the coral reef environment by construction artificial islands. The white paper declares that China has assert over the South China Sea for 2,000 years and the Philippines, which had sleeve the petition, was occupying Chinese territory. It also further conveyed that, the center of the relevant disputes flanked by China and the Philippines in the South China Sea lies in the territorial matters reason by the Philippines’ invasion and illegal occupation by force, commencing in the 1970s, of various islands and reefs of China’s Nansha Qundao. The report further conveyed that, the Philippines has pretend many excuses to wrap up this fact, and to pursue its territorial pretensions, patrician China Adheres to the Position of Settling Through Negotiation the Relevant Disputes Between China and the Philippines in the South China Sea. The Philippines’ pertinent claim is groundless from the standpoint of either history or international law, conveyed the white paper issued by the State Council Information Office.

The report also conveyed that, in totaling, with the expansion of the worldwide law of the sea, a maritime delimitation dispute also increase flanked by China and the Philippines regarding certain maritime areas of the South China Sea. The white document assaulted the Philippines conveying that Manila turned a shade eye to bilateral consensus, has repeatedly taken moves that complicate the applicable disputes, gradually make stronger them flanked by China and the Philippines in the South China Sea. The Philippines has intruded into pertinent maritime areas of China’s Nansha Qundao to take out illegal oil and gas exploratory drilling and bidding. The Philippines has frequently stressed and attacked Chinese fishermen and fishing boats conducting routine fishing operations, according to the white paper. It further conveyed that, in January 2013, the administration of the Republic of the Philippines unilaterally started the South China Sea adjudication. By doing so, the Philippines has violated its standing agreement with China to resolve the relevant disputes through bilateral negotiation, has dishonored China’s right to choose means of dispute settlement of its own will as a State Party to the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS), and has battered the UNCLOS argument resolution events. It also conveyed that, the Philippines has indistinct facts, misinterpreted laws and pretend a pack of lies, in an effort to deny China’s territorial dominion and maritime rights and wellbeing in the South China Sea. The white document also further conveyed that, the Arbitral Tribunal recognized at the Philippines’ unilateral ask for has no jurisdiction over relevant submissions, and awards rendered by it are null and void and have no binding force. It also further conveyed that, China’s territorial sovereignty and marine rights and interests in the South China Sea shall beneath no circumstances be affected by those awards. China does not accept or recognise those awards. China opposes and will never accept any maintain or action based on those awards.