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JAPAN LODGES PROTEST AGAINST CHINESE SHIP'S
Team Sea and Coast | 22/02/2021
Local media reported, two Chinese ships invaded in Japanese coastal waters near the disputed Senkaku Island in the East China Sea, that has provoked Japan to logded a protest with China.
According to Kyodo news, Jakehiro Funakoshi, head of the Japanese Foreign Ministry's Director General for Asian, conveyed the protest to China's ministry in Tokyo.
 
Before this incidence, four Chinese ships had been wandering near the Japanese coastal waters. And later, two vessels approached the disputed islands, with one of the ships carrying a gun.
According to Sputnik, Chinese ships have contravened the Japanese sea border eight times.
 
In July 2020, Chinese ships drifted in Japan's territorial sea for 39 hours and in mid-October China's vessels left them 57 hours later, making a new record.
 
Japan has already registered 357 cases against China which include 24 cases of violation of sea border and 333 cases of ships entrance into Japan neighbouring zone.
China and Japan initially in 2010 were embroiled in a territorial row over Senkaku. Moreover China also has territorial conflicts with four of the ten members of association of Southeast Asian Nations- Brunei, Malaysia, the Philippines and Vietnam as well as Taiwan in the South China Sea.
 
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