Senate minority leader Franklin Drilon on Tuesday said China’s rejection of a third party arbiter on the Recto Bank boat ramming incident probe is no surprise given that China is consistent with their claim that it is part of their territory.
“Where is it?” asked Congresswoman Josephine “Nene” Sato on Thursday, June 27, following reports that the Marina and the Coast Guard have already wrapped up their investigation on the Recto Bank incident.
Senate Minority Floor Leader Franklin Drilon yesterday said that the operator of Chinese vessel Yuemaobinyu 42212 could be slapped with up to $1.2 million in penalty for illegally fishing into Philippines’ exclusive economic zone (EEZ) as evidenced by its presence near Recto Bank.
OCCIDENTAL MINDORO – “We will never allow this to happen again,” said Congresswoman Josephine “Nene” Sato on Wednesday (June 19) following the incident ten days ago when 22 Filipino fishermen were left clinging to debris after a Chinese vessel struck and sunk their boat near Recto Bank. Speaking during the media briefing at San Jose, […]
Statement of Sen. Francis Pangilinan on Philippine govt, Chinese embassy reactions to sinking of boat of 22 Filipino fishers Team Pilipinas tayo, Team Pilipinong mangingisda: Kiko Aksidente raw? Hindi raw sinasadya? Maliit na banggaan daw? Hindi raw sadyang binangga at walang-awang iniwanan sa laot gaya ng sinabi ng ating mga kababayang mangingisda? No matter the […]
With the rest of the Filipino nation, I express my deepest outrage at the incident that occurred last June 9, 2019, where a Philippine fishing vessel, while at anchor, was rammed, apparently intentionally, by a Chinese ship near Recto Bank in the West Philippine Sea. After the collision, 22 of our fellow Filipinos were left […]
We condemn the illegal acts committed by the Chinese vessel. We denounce the inhumane and cruel act of abandoning 22 human lives in the high seas. We urge our government to reverse its policy of subservience and appeasement and file diplomatic protes