The Chinese military has flown 30 aircraft into Taiwan’s Air Defense Identification Zone, inciting defensive reactions and terror.
Well, it’s the second-largest military aircraft incursion of the year.
The incursion included two Su-35 fighters for the first time in many years.
“Bonnie Glaser, director of the Asia Program at the German Marshall Fund, tweeted that it was the first time that Su-35 aircraft had flown into Taiwan’s ADIZ,” reported Breitbart.
Two Su-35 aircraft fly in Taiwan’s ADIZ for the first time. https://t.co/9QvFPgPYrb
— Bonnie Glaser / 葛來儀 🇺🇦 (@BonnieGlaser) May 30, 2022
BREAKING: @MoNDefense just confirmed there’s a total of 30 PLA jet incursions at Taiwan’s southwest ADIZ today, including 2 Su-35 jets. This is the second most recorded incursions this year. Su-35 was believed last forayed Taiwan’s ADIZ four years ago, in May 2018. pic.twitter.com/LHHN4gTkso
— Tingting Liu 劉亭廷 (@tingtingliuTVBS) May 30, 2022
Taiwan’s Ministry of National Defense scrambled combat patrol aircraft and issued radio warnings and deployed air defense missile systems.
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