Japanese destroyer arrived in Qingdao today will be between the two navies will conduct communication training
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World Wide Web (microblogging) correspondent reported on 19 December Zhao Wenjie, according to Japan’s Jiji Press reported that the Japanese Maritime Self Defense Force 4550 tons, take about 240 crew of the destroyer “fog Rain” will be No. 19 arrived in the North Sea Fleet base in Qingdao, China to visit Hong Kong. Reported that the Japanese Maritime Self Defense Force ships in June 2008 after a visit to Guangdong Zhanjiang Port, after a lapse of three and a half to visit China again.
reported that the Diaoyu Islands, the exchanges are self-collision has been affected by the deterioration of Sino-Japanese relations and exchanges between the two navies interrupted to restart, but also intended for the No. 25 and 26 this month Yoshihiko Noda, Japanese Prime Minister’s visit to create a friendly atmosphere. “Misty Rain” in the China visit of five days, in addition to the two sides tug of war, the band played the joint communication activities such as sports, will also implement the communication between the two training ships.
The report also said the two warships in the Japanese military exchange visits are a part. Chinese ships was in November 2007 and November 2009 respectively, visited Hiroshima, Japan, and Jiang Tokyo Harumi Tajima. The Japanese Maritime Self-Defense Force in 2008 after the first visit to China, due to deterioration in Sino-Japanese relations, China has twice refused to visit Japan.
Earlier, Chinese Ministry of National Defense Information Office has announced that the Japanese Maritime Self-Defense Force “fog Rain” destroyer on December 19 to 23 visit to Qingdao, the visit to Japan in 2011 defense exchanges planned projects will help enhance mutual understanding and trust. , The two sides will organize open house, sports activities and other forms of communication.share:
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