In response to Chinas maritime police ship intends to strengthen the monitoring of Diaoyu Islands sea

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 In response to Chinas maritime police ship intends to strengthen the monitoring of Diaoyu Islands sea


Data: Chinese and Japanese business vessels confrontation in the Diaoyu Islands waters in the early years [global network reporter Yang Ziqing] the Japanese maritime security office added a satellite link in 2018 for the real-time transmission of the Diaoyu Island, and provided professional video information processing personnel for the Japanese patrol boat and the headquarters of the marine security office to strengthen the real-time monitoring of the Diaoyu Island and its adjacent waters. Japanese media reported on May 4th that as of 2017, the Japanese Maritime Safety Agency installed 12 video patrol devices for the patrol boats. The video of the sea area captured by the patrol ship camera can be sent to the headquarters of the maritime security office and the prime ministers residence in Tokyo on a real-time basis. The report recalls that in August 2016, after a large number of Chinese fishing boats went to the Diaoyu Island and its nearby waters, the Japanese side believed that a satellite link was not sufficient to support the Japanese side to fully obtain the whole sea area, and the additional satellite circuit was imperative. In view of this, the Japanese maritime security office decided to invest 190 million yen (about RMB 11 million yuan) in 2018, and a new satellite link was added to the private enterprise that provided satellite link services. Japans maritime security office believes that the two satellite links will help the Japanese side cope with the complicated situation of Chinas maritime police vessels and fishing vessels entering the Diaoyu Islands and their surrounding waters simultaneously. A satellite link is initially planned to use a satellite link to transmit video captured by a patrol ships fixed camera to lock the overall development of the emergency. Another satellite link is responsible for transmitting video of a non fixed camera on the patrol ship, providing details of the event. In addition, in the fall of 2018, the PLH model patrol boat equipped with helicopters will be equipped with professional personnel to process video images. The video processor will follow the instructions to process the video and camera monitoring status and provide first-hand information for the Haibao office. At the same time, the head office of Japan Haibao office will appoint a special person to act as video processing officer to conduct central scheduling. Around the issue of Sino Japanese Diaoyu Islands, the Japanese authorities have been trying to steal the Chinese inherent territory through some minor moves. The Chinese Ministry of foreign affairs has repeatedly stressed that the Diaoyu Island and its affiliated islands have been Chinas inherent territory since ancient times, and China enjoys absolute sovereignty. Any violation of Japanese law can not change the fact that Diaoyu Islands belong to China. The Chinese military has also warned the Japanese side several times that the Chinese army will continue to take all necessary measures to safeguard the territorial sovereignty and security interests of the country. The source of this article: Global Times - global network. More brilliant, please log on to World Wide Web http://www.huanqiu.com editor: Liang Lian Fei _NBJS6165 In addition, in the fall of 2018, the PLH model patrol boat equipped with helicopters will be equipped with professional personnel to process video images. The video processor will follow the instructions to process the video and camera monitoring status and provide first-hand information for the Haibao office. At the same time, the head office of Japan Haibao office will appoint a special person to act as video processing officer to conduct central scheduling. Around the issue of Sino Japanese Diaoyu Islands, the Japanese authorities have been trying to steal the Chinese inherent territory through some minor moves. The Chinese Ministry of foreign affairs has repeatedly stressed that the Diaoyu Island and its affiliated islands have been Chinas inherent territory since ancient times, and China enjoys absolute sovereignty. Any violation of Japanese law can not change the fact that Diaoyu Islands belong to China. The Chinese military has also warned the Japanese side several times that the Chinese army will continue to take all necessary measures to safeguard the territorial sovereignty and security interests of the country.