According to the report, a Chinese fishing vessel is suspected to have broken the first rope about 50 kilometers offshore. Six days later, a Chinese, but already cargo, the ship cut the second wire, writes AP. The Taiwanese government did not characterize this as a deliberate act by Beijing, and the Chinese courts had no direct evidence of guilt. But “We can’t ignore that China deliberately destroyed them,” said Su Tzu-yun, a defense expert at a government think tank.

“Many tourists canceled their reservations because there was no internet. Now the internet plays a huge role in people’s lives,” writes one of the island’s residents.

Source: Ferra

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