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Is There No Mainland Fishing Boat Crossing The Border? The Taiwan Authorities Threatened To Use A Large Ship Tostrongly Drive Away !
Jan 03, 2019

Abstract: In recent days, the weather in Penghu has been bad, and the gusts are as high as 11 levels. Many mainland fishing boats have entered the area to avoid the wind. However, many Taiwanese media have once again speculated that mainland fishing boats are “cross-border” fishing.


Overseas network December 29th: Taiwan media reported on the 29th that more than 20 mainland fishing boats have entered the so-called "Taiwanese jurisdiction" because they need to avoid the wind. After receiving the news, Taiwan’s “Sea Guard” threatened to “strongly drive large ships away”.


Recently, the weather in Penghu has been bad, and the gusts are as high as 11 levels. Many mainland fishing boats have entered the area and sheltered from the wind. However, many Taiwanese media have once again speculated that mainland fishing boats are “cross-border” fishing.


In the past two years, the Taiwan authorities have repeatedly treated mainland fishing vessels with "unfriendly" on the grounds of "cross-border", and incidents of mainland vessels and crews being detained by the Taiwan Strait patrol have also occurred frequently. According to reports from overseas networks, it was the most dense in August this year. On August 19th, the Taiwan authorities "the Penghu Sea patrol team" detained two mainland fishing boats in two days on the grounds of "cross-border". The crew members were taken away for questioning. On the 23rd of the same month, another mainland fishing boat was detained and 18 crew members were taken away for questioning.


The most serious incident occurred on May 6, 2017. The Taiwanese “sea patrol team” fired 5 rubber bullets and broken bullets at the mainland fishing boat No. 31049 in Nan'ao, Guangdong Province, causing injuries to two mainland fishermen.


CCTV News reported on May 6 that at 5:30 in the morning of the 6th, Taiwan’s “The Eighth Sea Patrol Team of Penghu” seized the Guangdong fishing boat Nanao 31049 on the grounds of “cross-border fishing” at 23 nautical miles west of the Huayu Island in Wuhu. No. At that time, the "sea patrol team" was implementing the so-called "protection project". Taiwan’s "United Daily News" said that because the fishing boat "refused to stop the ship" and "prevented the on-duty personnel from boarding the ship to check", it was shot by the "non-lethal" weapon, and the "sea patrol team" personnel opened a total of 5 robs and wounded two. people.