Japan has taught a good lesson to China, entangled with India in Ladakh. A Chinese bomber plane entered into Japanese airspace was chased away by Japanese Air Force fighter jets. A few days earlier, the Japanese Navy had killed a Chinese submarine in a similar way. China, which cherishes the expansionist mindset in Asia, is now embroiled in the East China Sea with Japan over the islands. At the same time, Japan has given a strict warning that it will respond to all the actions of China in the Western Pacific.
Japanese Defense Ministry released statement
The Japanese Defense Ministry said in a statement that a Chinese H-6 strategic bomber was detected between the Japanese islands Okinawa and Miyako in the East China Sea. After which the Japanese F-16 fighter jets flew the Chinese aircraft out of its range.
Chinese bomber capable of nuclear attack
The Chinese H-6 bomber is designed to target long-range targets. The aircraft is also capable of nuclear attack. China has included this aircraft specifically to target the US base. Its previous model had limited missile capability but has been upgraded and upgraded.
China clashed with Japan over islands
There is a dispute between China and Japan over the islands located in the East China Sea. Both countries lay claim to these uninhabited islands. Those are known as Senkaku in Japan and Diaos in China. The administration of these islands has been in Japanese hands since 1972. At the same time, China claims that these islands come under its jurisdiction and Japan should give up its claim. Not only this, the Communist Party of China has even threatened military action to capture it.
The Japanese Navy guards these islands
The Japanese Navy currently guards the Senkaku or Diaos islands. In such a situation, if China tries to capture these islands, then it will have to fight a war with Japan. However, it will not be easy for China with the third largest military force in the world. Last week too, many Chinese government ships reached near the island, after which the possibility of collision also increased.
Japan maneuvers with Indian Navy
The Japanese Navy tweeted that on 27 June JS KASHIMA and JS SHIMAYUKI of the Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force conducted an exercise in the Indian Ocean with INS Rana and INS Kulish of the Indian Navy. Through this, the Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force increased its understanding and cooperation with the Indian Navy.
China is running a power game at sea
‘Forced occupation’ in South China Sea has intensified. Last Sunday, China renamed 80 sites of the South China Sea. Of these, 25 are islands and reefs, while the remaining 55 are underwater geographic structures. It is a sign of Chinese occupation of parts of the sea that are covered by the 9-dash line. The line is considered illegal according to international law. This move of China has increased the tension of not only its smaller neighbors but also India and America.