Contingency plans in place for Chinese drills in South China Sea
Taipei, May 12 (CNA) Taiwan said Tuesday that contingency plans are in place for its outlying islands in the South China Sea, following a Japanese media report that the Chinese military is planning to conduct drills in the area to simulate the seizure of one of the islands.
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