Sunday, November 11, 2012

relationship of japan-china heats up, Senkaku: The relationship Japan and China back heat island due to a dispute. Japan announced on Tuesday (11/9), plan to buy a group of disputed islands in the South China Sea. But China rejected Japan's decision. Having investigated the ownership, three small islands that have been the feud between the two countries is privately owned by Japanese citizens.

"It's only land that is part of Japanese territory. Apparently the island was owned by one of the Japanese citizens. Way, the Japanese government has the right to buy it, and it should not cause problems with other countries," said Japan's Chief Cabinet Secretary Osamu Fujimura. "We did not want to disrupt the problem Senkaku Sino-Japanese relations," he continued.

The decision to purchase the islands was made after a meeting of cabinet ministers who attended Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda. Japan plans to spend up to U.S. $ 26 million-an for each island.

Japan steps nationalize islands are not intended to provoke China, but Japan reflects a desire to create a stable and secure environment.

While the Chinese believe Japan violated the sovereignty of its territory. China considers the Japanese hurt the feelings of 1.3 billion Chinese people. Chinese Foreign Ministry threatened Japan shall bear all the consequences of that action.

Previously, the relationship between China and Japan fueled by ship collision that resulted in Japan detained Chinese captain. China decided to suspend relations with Japan on the issue while arrests fishing boat captain by Japanese patrol [read: China-Japan relations unrest]. (RT-News/AIS)

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