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China sends warplanes to newly declared air zoneChina has sent warplanes to its newly declared air defence zone in the East China Sea, state media reports.

The vast zone, announced last week, covers territory claimed by China, Japan, Taiwan and South Korea.

China has said all planes transiting the zone must file flight plans and identify themselves, or face "defensive emergency measures".

But Japan, South Korea and the US have all since flown military aircraft through the area.

 
     
 

The zone includes a groups of islands known as Diaoyu in Chinese and Senkaku by Japan

 

April 27, 2013

China Official Clearly Calls Senkaku Core Interest

Beijing, April 26 (Jiji Press)--Chinese Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying clarified at a regular press conference Friday that the Senkaku islands in the East China Sea are part of the country's core interests concerning its territorial sovereignty.


Sixty-three Japanese registered the Japan-controlled Senkaku Islands in the East China Sea as their addresses, according to the Okinawa city of Ishigaki, up from about 20 in 2011.
 

 
     

China strongly dissatisfied with Clinton's remarks on disputed islands Japan talk of warning shots heats up China dispute

Chinese frigate locked radar on Japanese navy vessel
U.N. to consider validity of China's claim over disputed islands  
 
 
U.S. Stance on Senkakus Conveyed to China: Ex-White House Official
 
Tokyo, Oct. 27 (Jiji Press)--A group of former senior White House officials have told the Chinese government of the U.S. understanding that the Senkaku islands are covered by the bilateral security treaty with Japan, Joseph Nye, former U.S. assistant defense secretary, said Saturday.

Japan, U.S. to cancel drill to retake island Japan may 'acknowledge' China's claim to islets to calm tension Wednesday, Oct. 10, 2012

No Room for Negotiations on Senkakus, Abe Reiterates

Tokyo, Dec. 30 (Jiji Press)--Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe reiterated Sunday that there is no room for negotiations over the Senkaku Islands in Okinawa Prefecture, which are also claimed by China.

Saturday, Dec. 29, 2012
China 1950 paper says Senkakus are Japan's

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China runs ads in top U.S. newspapers asserting sovereignty over islands

China strengthens Senkakus flotilla; Taiwan ships arrive



The Chinese government had announced Sept. 10
its intention to turn the waters around the Senkakus,
which it calls Diaoyu, into its territorial sea.
The foreign ministry said the chart’s submission
has completed all legal procedures required
under the U.N. Convention on the Law of the Sea.





 












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