Sunday, November 11, 2012

Japanese Buy Island Dispute, China Post Two Patrol Boats

REPUBLIKA.CO.ID, TOKYO - Japan brushed off Chinese warnings about a disputed island. The country even bought the islands from a Japanese family who has had it since the early 1970s.

Responding to it, China sent two patrol boats to the waters around the islands for menegaskankembali claim. He accused Japan's 'playing with fire' over the long-simmering dispute between the two.

Meanwhile, Tokyo insists it only has good intentions to make purchases worth 2.05 billion yen (26.18 million dollars) against tigap Ulau uninhabited East China Sea.

Until now, the Japanese government leased the island from the family owners of these islands. Japanese Foreign Minister Koichiro Gemba said pembeliantersebut a form of maintenance of peace and stability on the island-pulaut ersebut.

"We can not destroy the stable development of Japan-China relations only because of the issue. Both countries need to act calmly from a broad perspective," he said after a cabinet meeting yangmenyetujui transaction.

The purchase was made ​​the Japan Coast Guard will manage the islands-called Senkaku in Japan and Diaoyu in China. The area is adjacent to the rich land of fish and boiling potential maritime gas fields.
Editor: Maya Ritzki Pitakasari
Reporter: Devi Anggraini Oktavika

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