Chinese maritime surveillance has driven off the Japanese vessels

Chinese maritime surveillance has driven off the Japanese vessels1

According to the State Oceanic Administration website news, as of 10 o’clock on the 23rd April, under the pressure from the Chinese maritime surveillance, Japanese fishing boats left the territorial waters of the Diaoyu Islands. China Marine Surveillance enforcement action has effectively thwarted the attempts of the Japanese right-wingers. At present, China maritime surveillance formation continues monitoring cruise in the territorial waters of the Diaoyu Islands.

On evening of 22 April, more than 80 right-wingers in Japan aboarded 10 boats from Ishigaki Island in Okinawa, Japan, heading for the waters near the Diaoyu Islands. Allegedly, the purpose of this trip is to organize a fishing contest, in addition, fishery research will be held near the Diaoyu Islands as well as sightseeing activities. It is understood that more than 80 people from a Japanese a right-wing conservative organization.” The organization in August last year also organized 150 Japanese right-wingers to the Diaoyu Islands, the claimed purpose was “declaration of sovereignty.”

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