The European Union has strongly criticized China over its actions in the South China Sea around Whitsun Reef, part of the Spratly Islands. “Tensions in the South China Sea, including the recent presence of large Chinese vessels on Whitsun Reef, threaten peace and stability in the region,” a spokesperson for the European External Action Service (EEAS) said. The EU is opposed to “unilateral actions that could undermine regional stability and the order based on international rules,” the statement said.
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