In response to rumors online that claim a Chinese Su-35 fighter jet had been shot down by Taiwan air defense systems, #ROCAirForce would like to categorically state this is fake news. We urge netizens to not spread it and strongly condemn this malicious act.— 國防部 Ministry of National Defense, R.O.C. (@MoNDefense) September 4, 2020
This was fake news.— owhy3 (@owhy3) September 4, 2020
BOTH PRC and Taiwan denied it, moreover, the Su-35 crashed into China near Vietnam’s border! The closest point of the VN/PRC to TW’s main island is 1310km away and 1223km from Fangcheng’s airport
The furthest point of TW’s main island is 393km from Xiamen’s Q
BREAKING A Chinese Air force Su-35 has crashed in Guangxi, Chinahttps://t.co/5JzbONlZD9— cunmarket.com (@ebscbwi) September 4, 2020
This is fake.
Exclusive #ViralVideo of #Su35 pilot after being shot down over #Taiwan Strait. #Chinese jets undertake aggressive intrude on into #Taiwanese workspace on several occasion. But looks like #US #Taiwan had enough.— ifenewsnetwork.com|🌈News Line IFE📡 (@NewsLineIFE) September 4, 2020
This happens while #IndianArmy troops flanked #PLA at #LAC pic.twitter.com/wJ5qMjsS2s
Update 1.50 PM : #PLA: High probability the crash took place due to technical snag. The jet could be J10.— ifenewsnetwork.com|🌈News Line IFE📡 (@NewsLineIFE) September 4, 2020
Crash site far from #Taiwan Strait
No confirmation from #CCP or #Taiwan
All probabilities should be taken into account.
Given the situation in the South China Sea