Japan is still counting: Chinese official ships sailed into the waters of Diaoyu Island for 68 days in a row

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 Japan is still counting: Chinese official ships sailed into the waters of Diaoyu Island for 68 days in a row


Data chart of China Coast Guard ship

Japans 11th regional maritime security headquarters said that one of them carried equipment similar to organ guns. The agency previously disclosed that 495 Chinese ships were found in the adjacent area of the Diaoyu Islands between January and may, an increase of 18% over the same period last year. The number of days the vessel was found was 142, an increase of 35% year on year.

Kyodo news agency also quoted Japanese sources as saying that China has long sent official ships to Diaoyu Island, making its sovereignty claim a fait accompli.

In fact, it is not the first time for Japanese media to hype Chinese coast guard ships to cruise around the Diaoyu Island. In May last year, Japanese media also hyped the news that China has been cruising in the adjacent area of Diaoyu Island for several consecutive days. Zhao Lijian, spokesman of the Ministry of foreign affairs, once stressed that the Diaoyu Island and its affiliated islands are Chinas inherent territory and that it is Chinas inherent right to carry out cruise law enforcement in the waters of the Diaoyu Island. We call on the Japanese side to abide by the spirit of the four point principle consensus, avoid creating new incidents on the Diaoyu Island issue, and take practical actions to maintain stability in the East China Sea.

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