Ma Ying-Jeou sent a 72 hours ultimatum to Philippines

By | May 12, 2013

The leader of the Taiwan, Ma Ying-jeou held a high-level meeting on the evening of 11, a request for apology, compensation and punishing the murderer was made to the Philippines, these actions should be responded by the Philippine side within 72 hours, or the use of any sanctions will not be excluded.

Later that night in Taipei, Ma Ying-jeou’s spokesman Li Jia Fei held a press conference and said that the Taiwan authority had four solemnly demands:

first formal apology;

second, compensation for the loss, as soon as possible;

third, thoroughly investigate the facts and punish the criminals;

fourth, start the Taiwan-Philippine fisheries agreement negotiation as soon as possible.

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