Is a Sino-Japanese War Inevitable? China violates Japan’s territorial waters – WORLD

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Is a Sino-Japanese War Inevitable? China violates Japanese territorial watersIt was reported that 2 ships of the Chinese coast guard were in the territorial waters of Japan for 3 days without a break. It was noted that vessels that entered the national territorial waters at 09:30 on December 22 approached Japanese fishing vessels in the area of ​​the Taisho Islands. The ships sailed through the area until noon on 25 December. The breakthrough time for Chinese ships was 72 hours and 45 minutes. Ships belonging to China were reported to have been around the disputed Senkaku Islands in the East China Sea for 3 days. According to the 11th District Coast Guard Headquarters in Naha County, Okinawa Province, China It was noted that ships that entered the area of ​​national territorial waters at 09:30 on December 22 approached Japanese fishing vessels near the Taisho Islands and sailed through the area until noon on December 25. The duration of the violation by the Chinese courts was 72 hours and 45 minutes. This period has attracted attention as the longest Chinese violation since the Japanese government bought the Senkaku Islands in 2012.disputed islandsIn the East China Sea, the archipelago, called “Senkaku” by Japan and “Diaoyu” by China, is made up of 5 islands and 3 rocks and has long been a source of sovereignty disputes.

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