s and mor▓e and larger vessels. Furthermore, the Philippines made deliberate provocation▓s by frequently sending its military vessels and aircraft to intrude into Wufang Jiao, Xian’e Jiao, Xinyi Jiao, Banyue Jiao a

nd Ren’ai Jiao of China’s Nansha Qundao, and destroyed survey markers set up by China.94. Still worse, on 9 May

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tely made solemn representations to the Philippines, demanding the immediate removal of that vessel. But the Philippines claim

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ed that the vessel could not be towe▓d away for “lack of parts”.95. Over this matter, China has repe▓atedly made representations to the Philippines and renewed the same demand. For instance, in November 1999,

the Chinese Ambassador to the Philippines met with▓ Secretary of Foreign Affairs Domingo Siazon and Chief of the Presidential

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Management Staff Leonora de Jesus to make another round of representations. Many ▓times the Philippines promised to tow away the vessel, but it has taken n

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y barracks, docks and other fa▓cilities built and renovated, so as to accommodate heavy transport planes, fighter jet