Taiwan Strait Patrol Force forcibly boarded and inspected mainland ships on the grounds of”crossing the border” 6 people were detained
(Photo:Taiwan’s”Central News Agency”)
Overseas Network, November 21st 20th, Taiwan Strait Patrol Team On the grounds of”crossing the border”, the mainland ships were forcibly boarded and 6 people including the captain were detained.
Taiwan’s”Central News Agency” stated on the 21st that a Fujian-registered fishing boat haunted 36 nautical miles outside the Taichung Port on the 20th. After arriving in Taichung, the Marine Patrol Team used broadcast to request mainland ships to stop and be inspected, and forced to rely on mainland fishing vessels many times before boarding the ship for inspection.
(Picture:Taiwan’s”Central News Agency”)
The Taiwan Strait Patrol Team stated that there were 6 people on board the ship, including Captain Xu, a mainland citizen, and 6 people have been escorted back to Taichung Port for sea cruises Base terminal investigation.
Taiwan patrol authorities often seize mainland ships on the grounds of”crossing the border”. On November 6, Taiwan media said that Taiwan’s Matsu Marine Patrol Team forcibly boarded a mainland fishing boat on the 5th and arrested 4 people.
In response to Taiwan’s “Marine Patrol Administration”’s actions on mainland fishing boats, a spokesperson for the Taiwan Affairs Office of the State Council once stated that for many years the mainland has provided guarantees for the normal operations of fishermen on both sides of the strait. Stop treating mainland fishermen in a rough and dangerous way and ensure the safety of the lives and property of the fishermen concerned. (Overseas Net Li Meng)
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