Senkaku Islands


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Senkaku Islands

(sɛnˈkækuː)
pl n
(Placename) a group of uninhabited islets in the East China Sea; claimed by China and Japan. Chinese name: Diaoyu Islands
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01:00 GMT) in sovereign waters off the Japan-administered Senkaku Islands, which are also claimed by China and Taiwan, according to the Japan Coast Guard.
EDT Wednesday), a Chinese naval vessel entered our nation's contiguous waters surrounding the Senkaku Islands," the Japanese Foreign Ministry said in a statement.
Their specific duties will include monitoring the sea and surrounding airspace in the area close to the disputed Senkaku Islands.
LTC Davis characterized the Senkaku Islands as "seemingly unimportant.
20 ( ANI ): Japan has begun construction work on a military radar station near the disputed Senkaku islands.
State media published new aircraft identification rules for areas including the Japanese-administered Senkaku Islands, claimed by China and Taiwan and known to them as Diaoyu and Tiaoyutai, respectively.
First of all, the author wrote that Tokyo's nationalist Governor Ishihara's efforts followed by the Japanese government's purchase of the Senkaku Islands triggered a change of the status quo.
I would also like for local officials during our talks to have a correct perception of Japan's position regarding the Senkaku Islands," he said.
The report, which Cabinet ministry officials could not immediately confirm, came as Japan's coastguard said three Chinese government ships entered waters around the Senkaku islands in the East China Sea.
The maritime surveillance vessels entered the 12-nautical-mile zone of Uotsurijima, one of the Senkaku islands, which China calls the Diaoyus, at about 9:30 am (0030 GMT), the coastguard said.
Kabul, May 5 (BNA) - Chinese maritime surveillance ships are traveling in Japanese territorial waters off the Senkaku Islands in the East China Sea on Sunday.
Secretary of State John Kerry on Friday praised Tokyo for its "restraint" in responding to ongoing tensions with Beijing over the Japanese-controlled Senkaku Islands in the East China Sea in a meeting with Japan's Foreign Minister Fumio Kishida.