Chief Cabinet Secretary protests against China over invasion of territorial waters of two Chinese ships off Senkaku

Strict protest against China over invasion of territorial waters of two Chinese ships off Senkaku, Chief Cabinet Secretary October 12, 13:12

At a news conference in the morning, Chief Cabinet Secretary Kato made it clear that he strongly protested to the Chinese side through diplomatic routes, saying that the two vessels were still in territorial waters when two ships of the China Maritime Police Department invaded Japanese territorial waters off the Senkaku Islands in Okinawa Prefecture.
According to the 11th District Coast Guard Headquarters, two vessels of the China Maritime Police Department invaded Japanese territorial waters off the Senkaku Islands in Okinawa Prefecture on the morning of November 11, and then repeatedly approached Japanese fishing boats.

At a press conference in the morning, Chief Cabinet Secretary Kato explained that the two vessels of the China Maritime Police Department are still in Japanese territorial waters, and that the Japan Coast Guard patrol vessels repeatedly ask for their embrance, as well as deploy patrol boats around Japanese fishing boats to ensure their safety.

On that basis, Chief Cabinet Secretary Kato made it clear that he had strongly protested to the Chinese side through diplomatic routes in Tokyo and Beijing, and said, “I would like to respond calmly and calmly. Under our policy of firmly protecting the lives, property, territory, territorial waters, and territorial air of our people, we will make every effort to create an environment in which people can engage in fishing with peace of mind by making every effort to monitor the area around the Senkaku Islands.”