Chinese maritime police boat re entering Diaoyu Islands 12 nautical miles cruising was blocked by Japanese side

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 Chinese maritime police boat re entering Diaoyu Islands 12 nautical miles cruising was blocked by Japanese side


On the morning of August 7, a Chinese coastal police fleet composed of four coastal police vessels entered the 12-mile waters off the Diaoyu Islands for cruising. This is the fifteenth time that the Chinese maritime police boat has entered the sea area to enforce the law this year, but it was obstructed and interfered by the Japanese coast guard office.

Japanese NHK television reported in August 7th that Beijing time at about 9 a.m. and confirmed by the Naha sea security headquarters of the eleventh pipe area of the Japanese maritime security hall, Chinas 4 marine police ships were formed into the Diaoyu Island 12 sea cruises. After cruising for about an hour and a half, four Chinese coastal police vessels sailed out of 12 nautical miles and entered the adjacent area 22 to 26 kilometers west-southwest of Diaoyu Island to continue their mission. The Japanese coast guard patrol boat carries out warning and surveillance on the Chinese official ship.

According to Japanese statistics, it was the 15th cruise since 2018 and the 12th mile cruise of the Diaoyu Islands for Chinese official ships after July 29. The official microblog of China Maritime Police on August 7 confirmed that on August 7, 2018, China Maritime Police 2501 fleet cruised in the territorial waters of Diaoyu Island. Source: World Wide Web Editor: Fan Jiang _NN9138

According to Japanese statistics, it was the 15th cruise since 2018 and the 12th mile cruise of the Diaoyu Islands for Chinese official ships after July 29.

The official microblog of China Maritime Police on August 7 confirmed that on August 7, 2018, China Maritime Police 2501 fleet cruised in the territorial waters of Diaoyu Island.