More than 20 fighter jets of China roared in Taiwan's air range
More than 20 fighter jets of China roared in Taiwan's air range

Taipei: After friendship between Us and Taiwan, China is now preparing to seize the neighboring island by force. According to information received, Chinese fighter jets were reported to have crossed the mid-line of the Taiwan Strait. There have been reports that more than 20 combat aircraft were flown by Taiwanese F-16s.

The People's Liberation Army Air Force (PLAAF) of China sent several batches of fighter jets to join training practice on the Taiwan Strait near the middle line. It is an informal border between the two countries. A batch of Shenyang J-11 and Chengdu J-10 fighter aircraft crossed the midline before being driven off by Taiwanese F-16 fighter jets. The Liberty Times quoted military sources as saying that more than 20 Chinese warplanes were engaged in maneuvers at the northern and southern-western end of the middle line. These aircraft flew from PLAAF camps in Zhangzhou, Wuishan and Shuimen of Fujian Province.

The majority of Communist fighter jets flew west of the midline, but a batch flew east and crossed over it. Taiwanese aircraft rapidly intercepted PLAAF aircraft and drove it out of Taiwan's airspace while the remaining Chinese jets continued their practice in the west.

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