Japan protests against China's drilling ship in the East China Sea: China is the sovereign right of China

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Japan protests against China's drilling ship in the East China Sea: China is the sovereign right of China

2018-12-04 20:25:28 31 ℃

Reference News Network reported on December 4 Japanese media said that the Japanese government said on December 3 that Japan has protested against China's new exploration activities in a natural gas field in the East China Sea.

According to Japan’s Kyodo News reported on December 3, Japanese Chief Cabinet Secretary Yu Yiwei said at a press conference: “Unfortunately, the border between Japan and China has not yet been determined, China However, he continued to carry out unilateral development activities in the waters.”

He said that Japan’s protests were “immediately” through diplomatic channels after confirming China’s latest activities, but did not specify a specific date.

The Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Yan Shuang responded to the question on December 3rd: "The Chinese East China Sea oil and gas activities are located in the undisputed Chinese jurisdiction, and are entirely within the sovereign rights and jurisdiction of the Chinese side. "Things."

耿爽 said: "The so-called 'Japan-China Middle Line' is only a unilateral claim of Japan. China firmly opposes it and never recognizes it."