The Defense Minister Canada Sajjan opposes the sovereignty claims and China's illegal military military activities in the South China Sea.
"Canada opposes the project of artificial islands and building outpost on the disputed areas for military purposes," said Canadian Defense Minister Harjit Sajjan to the Separate Committee of the House of Representatives on the issue
Sajjan uses its open speech to criticize China's unreasonable sovereignty claims in international waters in the South China Sea.
The Canadian Defense Ministry confirmed that the country's HMCS Calgary guards went through the waters near the Spratly Islands of Vietnam on March 29-30, when carrying out the Fields from Brunei through the East Sea.
Defense Minister of Canada Harjit Sajjan in Ottawa, Ontario, January 2020.
In addition to the East Sea Problem, the Special Committee of the Canadian House of Representatives China also recommends Minister Sajjan to clarify the information of this country threatening to cut the Halifax International Security forum before pressing from Beijing.
The previous Politico newspaper reported that the Canadian government can cut the security forum held annually in Halifax, issued by the Organizing Committee awarded to Taiwan's leadership of Thailand Thailand.
The trip of the Canadian Flamened Fileship through the East Sea took place in the context of China in more than 200 vessels to unauthorized anchoring near the coast island, belonging to the Spratly Islands of Vietnam from March 7.
The international community also increased concerns first of the presence that the Philippines described as "threatening" of the Chinese fleet.
During the press conference on March 25, the Foreign Ministry spokesman Le Thi Thu Hang affirmed the operation of Chinese vessels within the territorial waters of the existent existence of the Spratly Islands of Vietnam that violated sovereignty
The trips of the Calgary battleship can increase stress between Canada and China, who worsened after the strong Huawei financial director was arrested at the Vancouver airport in December 2018 at the request of the US.