Japanese Prime Minister said the U.S. will be involved in military conflict on the Diaoyu Islands
Data Figure: Japan Self-Defense Force P-3C patrol aircraft regularly patrol over the Diaoyu Islands.
Japanese Prime Minister Hatoyama Yukio 27 in National Governors’ meeting, said that if Japan and China military conflict around the Diaoyu Islands, the United States will be based on “Japan-US Security Treaty,” a common response.
Hatoyama stressed that the sovereignty of the Diaoyu Islands, “of course belongs to Japan.” In an interview with a question he replied that the governor: “Although it is necessary to confirm to the United States, but if the Japan-China conflict, the United States from the standpoint of the security treaty to take action.”
the Japanese government in March 2009 On confirmation, the U.S. administration’s official view is that if the Diaoyu Islands, “something”, the United States will work together to deal with.