China says U.S. undermining stability after U.S. warship sails through Taiwan Strait
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BEIJING (Reuters) - The Chinese military criticised the United States on Thursday for undermining regional peace and stability after a U.S. Navy warship sailed through the Taiwan Strait a day earlier.
A spokesman for the People's Liberation Army's Eastern Theater Command said in a statement the Chinese military tracked the USS Curtis Wilbur as the destroyer made what the U.S. Navy called a "routine Taiwan Strait transit".
(Reporting by Yew Lun Tian; Writing by Se Young Lee; Editing by Jacqueline Wong)
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