Two ships of the China Coast Guard Enter the connected waters off the Senkaku Islands 12:49 on August 7 since 2nd of this month
On the morning of the 7th, two offshore vessels of the China Coast Guard entered the connecting waters just outside the territorial waters of Japan, offshore of the Senkaku Islands in Okinawa Prefecture. The China Coast Guard's vessels entered the waters five days ago, two days earlier this month, and the 11th Regional Coast Guard Headquarters continues to warn and monitor.
According to the Japan Coast Guard Headquarters, it was confirmed that two ships of the China Coast Guard entered the waters off the coast of Kuba Island in the Senkaku Islands at 5 am on the 7th.
It is said that the two vessels are sailing approximately 41 kilometers east of Kuba Island in the Senkaku Islands as of 9 am on the 7th.
It is the second time the Chinese Coast Guard ships have entered the connected waters since the 2nd of this month, five days before the longest 111 days of navigation within the connected waters continued after the Japanese government nationalized the Senkaku Islands. The 11 District Coast Guard Headquarters continues to warn and monitor.