Chinese warships violated Japanese space

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Chinese warships violated Japanese space

Four Chinese patrol ships have been in what Japan considers its territorial waters for several hours. They do not respond to warning signals.

Chinese warships have entered the coastal zone of the Senkaku Islands in the East China Sea, controlled by Japan.

This is reported by MNK.

It is noted that four patrol ships have been in the area that Japan considers its territorial waters for several hours.

The Japanese Coast Guard has issued several warnings to leave the zone, but has not yet taken any other action.

Recall that these islands are the subject of a territorial dispute between Japan, the Republic of China (Taiwan) and the People's Republic of China. Japan de facto controls the islands, while two other countries claim them.

Recall that in 2012, Japan and China began a naval battle for these islands.

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