Philippine presidential spokeswoman Salvador Panela said that Manila has several questions about Beijing for the presence of so many ships
"We will first ask why, first, if they admit such a fact as we have identified. , ask them why they do it, number 3 we politely ask them not to … do what they do, "said Panellus, according to CNN Philippines.
China's Ambassador to the Philippines Zhao Jianhua said Beijing is trying to check how many ships are around Titus. According to the CNN, the Philippines could be "unarmed" fishing vessels
The island of Titou is in Sprettli's controversial chain, which includes China-controlled atolls and reefs that Beijing has built and developed with buildings, harbors and slopes.
Philippine opposition lawmaker Gary Alejano said on Saturday that the Dwart administration should not allow China to establish a long-term presence around Thitu.
"China establishes a norm there, which we can not change later, every day is a waste of opportunity to affirm our sovereignty if we do not act now," he said, according to CNN Philippines
In addition to the Philippines, China, Taiwan and Vietnam also claimed Thitu, with a civilian population of over 1
The island is about 500 miles (310 miles) from Palavan, one of the main Philippine Islands to
Manila has been in an inconvenient dance between Beijing and Washington for years over the South China Sea  At the previous government of Beninho Akino Manila won a remarkable case against China in an international tribunal that ruled that many of Beijing's territorial claims in the South China Sea were illegal.
However, the administration with current President Rodrigo Duterte moved closer to Beijing even when the president expressed concern about China's territorial ambitions.