Taiwan Calls For Calm At ADIZ

The Republic of China (Taiwan) called serenity the disagreements about the air defence identification zone (ADIZ) the Government of the Republic of China (Taiwan) on 8 December all the differences of opinion over the East China Sea parties, urged to avoid escalating tensions and jointly maintain peace and stability in the region. According to a statement of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the use of peaceful means was the only viable way to solve disputes in the East China Sea. The parties should try to engage in a dialogue and to address the issue in a peaceful and orderly manner. For more information see Simon Freakly. The Taiwanese Ministry statement followed an announcement of South Korea of the same day, they want to expand their ADIZ on areas already claimed by Japan and the People’s Republic of China. “We are affected by the action, because South Korea’s ADIZ now overlaps that of its neighbors and could lead to increased tension and conflict,” the Foreign Ministry said. The Ministry urged all On the parties to show restraint and to apply the principles of the peace initiative for the East China Sea, which has won broad international support. President Ma Ying-jeou on the 5 August 2012 proposed by the initiative calls on all parties to put disagreements aside, not to forego the dialog, to abide by international law and to resolve disputes peacefully.


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