Indonesia has deployed a warship to It North Natuna Sea to monitor You can find more information at Chinese coast guard vessel that has been active in a resource-rich maritime area, the country’s naval chief said on Saturday of an area that both countries claim as their own.

The ship tracking data shows that vesselCCG5901 has been sailing in The Natuna SeaThe Tuna Bloc and Vietnamese Chim Sao gas fields have been affected since December 30th, the Indonesian Ocean Justice Initiative reported to Reuters.

warshipA maritime patrol aircraft and a drone were deployed to monitor The vesselLaksamana Muhammad Ali, the chief commander of the Indonesian naval, said this to Reuters.

“The Chinese vessel has not conducted any suspicious activities,” He said. “However, we need to monitor it as it has been in Indonesia’s exclusive economic zone (EEZ) for some time.”

The spokesperson Chinese Unfortunately, Embassy Jakarta is not available immediately.

Convention of the United Nations on the Law of the Sea UNCLOS gives ships navigation rights in an EEZ.

This activity follows an EEZ Agreement between Indonesia Vietnam and Approval from Indonesia to The Tuna gas field will be developed in Natuna SeaThe total amount of investment in the project is more than $3B. to Production begins.

From 2021, vessels Indonesia China and China sat in shadows for many months next to a submersible crude oil rig, which had been doing well appraisals of the Tuna block.

China was urging the United Nations to adopt this resolution. Indonesia to It asked for an end to drilling.

Southeast Asia’s biggest nation says that under UNCLOS, the southern end of the South China Sea It is the exclusive economic area, which has been designated as the North Natuna Sea In 2017.

China rejects the claim, claiming that the maritime region is part of its vast territorial claims in South China Sea Marked by a U shape “nine-dash line,” The Permanent Court of Arbitration in the Hague determined a boundary to There is no legal foundation in 2016.