DPRK: Japans law enforcement vessel deliberately collided with DPRK fishing boat government to compensate

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 DPRK: Japans law enforcement vessel deliberately collided with DPRK fishing boat government to compensate


On Oct. 7, 2019, a fishery banning vessel from Japans Fisheries Department collided with a large Korean fishing vessel in the northwestern waters of the Nengdeng Peninsula in Ishikawa Prefecture, Japan. Visual Chinese Map

A spokesman for the DPRKs foreign ministry said on the collision and sinking of its fishing boat with a fishery law enforcement vessel of the Japan fisheries agency, KCNA reported Tuesday that Japan deliberately hit and sank the fishing boat, even threatening the safety of the crew, and demanded compensation from the Japanese government and preventing similar incidents from happening again. If such incidents happen again, they will lead to undesirable results in Japan. Japans Fisheries Department released a message on October 7 that at about 9:10 a.m. local time on the 7th, about 350 km northwest of the Nengdeng Peninsula, the Korean fishing boat collided with the fisheries law enforcement vessel OOKUNI of Japans Fisheries Department. About 20 North Korean fishing crew members fell into the water and were rescued and handed over to other North Korean vessels. Kyodo News Agency reported Tuesday that the Japanese government is studying and releasing live videos. Japans Fisheries Department believes that the North Korean ship was operating illegally near Daiwadui. Source: Peng Mei News Author: A Responsible Editor of Nanbo: Su Hongyong_NBJ9980

According to KCNA on December 12, a spokesman for the DPRK Ministry of Foreign Affairs said on the collision and sinking of the fishing vessel between the DPRK fishing vessel and the fishery law enforcement vessel of the Japan Fisheries Administration that the intentional collision of Japan caused the sinking of the fishing vessel and even threatened the safety of the crew, demanding compensation from the Japanese government and preventing similar incidents from happening again. If such incidents happen again, they will lead to undesirable results in Japan.

Kyodo News Agency reported Tuesday that the Japanese government is studying and releasing live videos. Japans Fisheries Department believes that the North Korean ship was operating illegally near Daiwadui.