Japanese officials said should enhance maritime security forces to “defend” the Diaoyu Islands
[World Wide Web reported that journalists], AFP reported on August 18 in Japan, “forced repatriation” 14 Diaoyu Islands to return to China, the Democratic Party of Japan policy research president Seiji Maehara, said on the 18th, Japan should enhance the strength of the Coast Guard, in order to “defend” the disputed islands.
“Coast Guard officials have worked hard to do the best government and the ruling party should be discussed, how to provide them with support.” Said Maehara met with reporters on the 18th.
we should discuss not only to increase staffing and the number of vessels, including the possibility of a variety of other support (for MEPC department). “He said.
According to Japan’s Kyodo News reported, Maehara, 18 television programs, also requires the Coast Guard should make public its response to the video when the Chinese Diaoyu landed the Diaoyu Islands. However, for this request, Chief Cabinet Secretary Fujimura repair have objected, he thinks open video “It may give cause prejudice to future territorial waters guard
by the Chinese Government’s repeated solemn representations and multilateral efforts, Japan its August 17 unconditional release of 14 Chinese in China over the Diaoyu Islands and its adjacent waters illegally snatch and vessels. The first return of 7 Diaoyu already arrived in Hong Kong on the 17th, the second batch of the Diaoyu Islands are now traveling in Richland II way back.
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