Japanese Prime Minister once again declared that the Diaoyu Islands is “Japanese territory”
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Global Network reporter Wang Huan reported, according to Japan’s “Sankei Shimbun” reported that on January 13, Democratic Party of Japan at 13 in Makuhari, Chiba, Japan to hold its pre-restructuring Congress. Japanese Prime Minister Naoto Kan at the meeting once again openly declared that the Diaoyu Islands as “Japanese territory.”
reported that the collision occurred, the Japanese Prime Minister Naoto Kan, the Cabinet, led by Japan, but had a tough attitude was not the opposition’s “fierce criticism.” During the meeting, Naoto Kan, the criticism against the opposition party publicly declared that the Diaoyu Islands is “Japanese territory”, “between China and Japan there is no territorial issue.” He also claimed that the Diaoyu Islands, “has been in a state dominated by the Japanese government effectiveness”, “all this has not changed, and they will not.”
It is reported that in November 2010, Japanese Prime Minister Naoto Kan told the U.S. Cable News Network (CNN) interview, he claimed, between China and Japan, “there is no territorial issue.” Diaoyu Islands is “Japanese territory”, “This has been recognized by Japanese history and international law.”
Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman has repeatedly pointed out that the ownership of the Diaoyu Islands and adjacent islands, the Chinese government has repeatedly clearly stressed the Diaoyu Islands are China’s inherent territory since ancient times, China is has indisputable sovereignty. However, the Japanese side has repeatedly set the expense of the Chinese government this firm position, trying various means to change that fact. Japan, any attempt futile, the Chinese government firmly opposes it.