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Japan concerned at Chinese activity near disputed islands


NATIONAL JUL. 26, 2013 - 10:10AM JST ( 20 )

In this photo released by Japan's 11th Regional Coast Guard, a China Coast Guard ship numbered 2101 sails in waters 66 kilometers (41 miles) from the East China Sea islands called Senkaku by Japan and Diaoyu by China Wednesday, July 24, 2013. Chinese coast guard ships were spotted for the first time near the disputed islands controlled by Japan following a reorganization of the service in a bid to boost its effectiveness. (AP Photo/Japan's 11th Regional Coast Guard) MANDATORY CREDIT

在日本第11轄區海岸保安隊公布的照片上,編號為2101的中國海岸警衛隊于2013年7月24日周三在距離尖閣群島,中國稱釣魚島66公里(41英里)的海域航行。 這是中方在機構調整后首次有中國海岸警衛隊的船只在這個由日本控制的爭議島嶼附近出現,中方的機構調整被認為是旨在為該島嶼的爭議增加籌碼。


Tokyo expressed concern Thursday over recent Chinese military and maritime activity near disputed islands that Japan controls, including the flight of a Chinese fighter jet near Japanese airspace.


Japan’s Defense Ministry scrambled fighter jets Wednesday to keep watch on a Chinese early warning plane flying over international waters between Japan’s main Okinawa island and an outer island relatively close to the disputed area in the East China Sea.


Around the same time, Japan spotted four Chinese coast guard vessels near the disputed islands for the first time following Beijing’s reorganization of the service to boost its ability to enforce its maritime claims.


“It was an unusual action that we have never seen before. We’ll keep monitoring with great interest,” Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said of the Chinese flight before leaving for Malaysia, Singapore and the Philippines, where he planned to discuss ways to cooperate and check China’s maritime activity in the region. “I would like to share an understanding that we need to observe a rule of law, not a rule by force.”

“這是一個不尋常的行動,我們以前從未見過。我們將懷著極大的興趣繼續監測,” “我想表明,我們需要的是遵守法律規則,而不是武力。” 首相安倍晉三在離開馬來西亞,新加坡和菲律賓前表示。在那里他計劃討論如何在該地區建立合作,并監控中國在該地區的海上活動。

Japanese Defense Minister Itsunori Onodera said late Wednesday that the flight of the Chinese Y-8 early warning plane was “a sign of China’s escalating maritime advance.”


Japan is also considering introducing drones, or unmanned aerial vehicles like Global Hawk used by U.S. military, and beefing up the role of self-defense troops in southwestern Japan to step up defense against China’s increased activity around the disputed islands, Japanese media reported. Those plans are expected to be included in an interim defense policy report that Japan’s Defense Ministry is set to release Friday.


Japan’s coast guard said the four Chinese craft were seen early Wednesday just outside Japanese territorial waters around the tiny uninhabited islands called Diaoyu by China and Senkaku by Japan. Chinese websites ran photos reportedly taken by the Japanese coast guard showing a ship painted in the service’s new red, white and blue striped Chinese coast guard livery


Along with its claims in the East China Sea, China has also frequently sparred with the Philippines and Vietnam over overlapping claims to parts of the South China Sea, another area to which the new coast guard is being deployed.


A Chinese coast guard ship was sighted recently at Mischief Reef off the western Philippine coast, according to a confidential Philippine government report obtained by The Associated Press. China occupied the vast reef in 1995, sparking fierce protests from rival claimant Manila.


The coast guard’s deployment “further demonstrates China’s resolve to consolidate its self-acclaimed indisputable sovereignty in the South China Sea,” according to the Philippine report.


China’s reorganized coast guard, which was formally inaugurated on Monday, merges four agencies responsible for fisheries administration, maritime surveillance, customs enforcement and border control. Chinese officials said the move would help boost efficiency in law enforcement and “better safeguard China’s sovereignty and maritime rights and interests.”


The new service is being equipped with ships from the four bodies being eliminated, along with newly built or repurposed craft that could make it Asia’s biggest and most powerful coast guard. The ships are believed to be lightly armed with machine guns and possibly cannons, giving them teeth to back China’s claims to seas and islands if Beijing wished to do so.


The Japanese coast guard said the Chinese vessels were apparently taking the place of ships from China Marine Surveillance, one of the bodies being absorbed by the new service. Those ships had been patrolling in the area for the past eight days as part of a regular Chinese presence in the area, the Japanese coast guard said.

日本海上保安廳說,這些艦艇顯然是用來取代中國海監的船只,這是承擔新職責的機構之一。 日本海岸警衛隊說,這些船只在過去的8天已經在該地區巡邏,作為體現中國人在該地區常態存在的一部分。

Since an escalation of tensions over the islands, Japanese and Chinese patrol craft have confronted each other on a regular basis in the waters surrounding them, although no clashes have been reported.


The Philippine government report described the new Chinese coast guard ships as former navy frigates previously converted to civilian surveillance vessels.


Along with more advanced communications systems, the ships boast armaments including twin automatic deck guns, the report said.


The new Chinese ships “pose a new challenge” to the ability of the militarily weak Philippines to monitor its territorial claims, it said.


“It is deemed imperative for the Philippines to enhance its present intelligence surveillance and reconnaissance capabilities while seeking a minimum credible deterrent against potential external threats,” the report said.


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ShankunJUL. 26, 2013 - 07:26AM JST

And another sign of Japanese 'militarisation'...


OssanAmericaJUL. 26, 2013 - 07:33AM JST

Yesterday they were sending CHINA MARITIME SURVEILLANCE AGENCY vessels. Now they are sending CHINA COAST GUARD vessels. How long will it be before they just get right to the point and start sending CHINESE PEOPLES LIBERATION ARMY NAVY vessels?


David_RockefellerJUL. 26, 2013 - 07:43AM JST

This happens a lot, it's not news.


tokyo_eiyuuJUL. 26, 2013 - 08:10AM JST

Im pretty sure that the fighter jet reported in the first paragraph is neither a fighter nor a jet. Just an observation.


FizzBitJUL. 26, 2013 - 08:24AM JST

China's neo-cold war strategy
Massive Japanese debt- check
Nuclear disaster- check
Increase tentions- check
Rally the Chinese population- check
Decrease trade- check
Militarize Japan- working

中國的新冷戰戰略 :

加大日本債務 - 搞定
核災難 - 搞定
增加壓力 - 搞定
凝聚中國人民 - 搞定
減少貿易 - 搞定
軍事化日本 - 正在進行中

Scott JohnsonJUL. 26, 2013 - 08:28AM JST

including the flight of a Chinese fighter jet near Japanese airspace.
The press is not trying blow this out of proportion by printing outrageous lies. No sir. An unarmed propeller driven spy plane is really just about the same thing as a fighter jet.
Only the Chinese press lies.




smithinjapanJUL. 26, 2013 - 08:43AM JST

That's what happens when you up the rhetoric and bombast yourself, Japan. They are DISPUTED islands, whether Japan likes it or not, and so any unilateral action by one nation will be met by action from the other. This goes the other way around, too, of course; any action China takes meets with more hollow threats from Japan while they hide behind the US.

日本,這就是在你花言巧語和夸夸其談時發生的事。這些是“有爭議的”島嶼,不管日本人喜歡或不喜歡,所以一個國家的任何單方面行動都會引發另一方面的行動。 反過來也是,當然,中國的任何行動也會得到躲在美國后面的日本更多的虛張聲勢的威脅。

OssanAmericaJUL. 26, 2013 - 08:51AM JST

smithinjapanJul. 26, 2013 - 08:43AM JST That's what happens when you up the rhetoric and bombast yourself, Japan. They are DISPUTED islands, whether >Japan likes it or not
The only one "disputing" it is China smith and they are free to take the issue to the ICJ. Oh wait they won't! Just like the South Koreans and Takeshima.

回復 smithinjapan “日本,這就是在你花言巧語和夸夸其談時發生的事。這些是“有爭議的”島嶼,不管日本人喜歡或不喜歡”

只有一個“爭議”,smith,就是中國可以把這個問題提交給國際法院。 哦,等等,他們不會! 就像韓國和竹島。

nigelboyJUL. 26, 2013 - 09:04AM JST

Funny comment from smith.

If the current activity by China is justified as you say (unilateral action by one nation will be met by action from other) bearing in mind that Japanese 'action' was just purchasing the island from an individual whose lease was about to expire, how should a nation react to many other actions by another which includes kidnapping and killing of fishermen, building docks and outposts thereafter and landing of the island by their leader?




CrazyJoeJUL. 26, 2013 - 09:14AM JST

They should call those new Chinese ships "The International Aggression Bureau".


Chris LoweryJUL. 26, 2013 - 09:41AM JST

I don't think drones would work out over those seas, chances are they'd get hacked and dropped into the sea pretty quick. Better to rely on real time satellite surveillance and quick action response fleets.

我不認為無人機能夠在這片海域工作,沒準他們會很快被黑然后掉進海里。 最好還是依賴實時的衛星偵察和快速行動響應艦隊。

hatsoffJUL. 26, 2013 - 09:47AM JST

Disputed islands under Japanese control, but then Smith never misses a chance to bash Japan. It's a wonder he can look himself in the mirror still living in this country under an Abe government, sucking up Japan's hospitality and enjoying it's safe environment.


CrisGerSanJUL. 26, 2013 - 09:58AM JST

I would like to share an understanding that we need to observe a rule of law, not a rule by force.”

very well put by the PM. Japan just needs to keep calm and keep its resolve and it will know the right course of action. China cannot force anyone else to accept its fantasy claims, and eventually it will realize that the path of the bully leads to failure and shame.



ohayo206JUL. 26, 2013 - 10:41AM JST

Sounds like Abe wants to justify his ultra-nationalistic stance...how convenient. This news of increased military activity comes out after LDP wins the elections. Its all about timing, I guess.


pkJUL. 26, 2013 - 10:43AM JST

OssanAmerica - "The only one "disputing" it is China smith and they are free to take the issue to the ICJ. Oh wait they won't! Just like the South Koreans and Takeshima."

Koji Tsuruoka, deputy foreign minister, recently threatened the UN that an unfavorable decision by the ICJ against Japanese whaling may be disregarded and they may choose to leave the IWC. So IF Japan doesn't like it, they may choose to ignore it. Now tell me again why any country should go to the ICJ with Japan???

OssanAmerica - “只有一個“爭議”,smith,就是他們可以把這個問題提交給國際法院。 哦,等等,他們不會! 就像韓國和竹島。”。

鶴岡浩二,日本的外交部副部長,最近因聯合國國際法院對日本的捕鯨問題作出了不利決定而提出的威脅可能會被你忽略了,他們聲稱可能會退出國際捕鯨委員會。 所以說,如果日本人不喜歡一件事,他們就會選擇忽略它。好吧,那你現在再告訴我,為什么其他國家應該跟著日本上國際法院?

Ron BarnesJUL. 26, 2013 - 11:02AM JST

Island claim from an ending lease is not a good Government Investment When the Area is in Dispute before the purchase. May be Japan, Could look at this as others may have mistaken it as aggression please Comment.


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Tiger_In_The_HermitageJUL. 26, 2013 - 11:09AM JST

“I would like to share an understanding that we need to observe a rule of law, not a rule by force.” is Abe talking about America?

If American military can freely roam Asia, why not China's military or for that matter the Thai military....

All this talk about chinese press lies and japanese press don't lie, the fact is all press lie and side by the popular sentiments of the time.




viking68JUL. 26, 2013 - 11:33AM JST

American military can freely roam Asia

Another distortion of the truth to justify and downplay Chinese aggression.



CGB SpenderJUL. 26, 2013 - 12:36PM JST

Business as usual. China tests how far they can go currently without tipping off the status quo. Japan sits, watches and waits and maybe next time we might be seeing an 'incident' with Chinese military vessels encroaching. At that point things will get interesting.


BertieWoosterJUL. 26, 2013 - 01:03PM JST

Scott Johnson,
Only the Chinese press lies.
Do you really, sincerely believe that?
There are many ways to lie. You can say something happened when it didn't or didn't happen when it did. And you can also OMIT stuff. Take out certain facts and a story can read very differently.
Sure, the Chinese press lies, but so does the US press, the UK press, the Japanese press, you name it. They pick and choose which stories to publish and which parts of a story to cut out to paint the kind of picture that suits their agenda.
That's why it's important to have several news sources, not just one.
The Senkaku issue is not exactly cut and dried. You can argue that the islands are Chinese or you can argue that they are Japanese.
Abe should be discussing this with Chinese representatives instead of barking his head off at the Chinese planes and ships and running between the U.S.A.'s legs when it looks dangerous.

“只有中國的媒體會撒謊。” 你不會真的相信吧?





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