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Ahead of democracy summit: Chinese fighter jets in Taiwan’s airspace

China’s military has again sent a large number of aircraft into Taiwan’s Air Defense Identification Zone (ADIZ). According to a statement released by the Ministry of Defense in Taipei, 27 Chinese aircraft, including eight J-16 fighter jets, had entered Taiwan’s southwestern air defense zone. The air force had issued radio warnings and deployed anti-aircraft missile systems. This was the largest deployment of Chinese warplanes near Taiwan since early October. At that time, China’s military had sent a record 52 aircraft to the ADIZ (China.Table reported).

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