Off the Senkaku Coast of the China Coast Guard Invasion of territorial waters over 31 hours 11:33 on the longest on July 5

Two Chinese Coast Guard vessels that invaded the territorial waters of Japan on the 4th off the Senkaku Islands in Okinawa Prefecture remained on the territorial waters on the morning of the 5th. The time taken by the Chinese authorities to enter the territorial waters off the Senkaku Islands was just over 31 hours, the longest with the time up to 3 days updated by these two vessels.

According to the 11th Regional Coast Guard Headquarters, two ships of the China Coast Guard invaded the territorial waters of Japan off the Senkaku Islands from 2:00 am on the 4th, and as of 9:00 am on the 5th, approximately 8% southeast of Taisho Island. It means sailing and staying within 11 kilometers of territorial waters.

With this, the time for each invasion of territorial waters by Chinese authorities off the Senkaku Islands was more than 31 hours, the longest since the government nationalized the Senkaku Islands eight years ago.

These two vessels have been sailing in the territorial waters for about 30 hours, including repeated movements toward Japanese fishing boats operating in the territorial waters from the 2nd to the 3rd of this month, and we updated it further this time.

The Coast Guard keeps warning you to leave the waters immediately.