Recently, Japan has supported India on Ladakh (LAC) case. A peaceful solution has been called for, with Japan supporting India and resisting any unilateral attempt to change the status quo. After which now Chinese patrol vessels have entered Japanese territorial waters. The information of which has been given by the Coast Guard of Japan.
This incident links Japan’s ongoing estrangement with China on the Senkaku / Diaoyu islands in the Indo-Pacific sea. Which has been operated by Japan since 1972. Japan has reportedly seen at least 67 Chinese vessels near the Senkaku Islands since April. Japan has already deployed its missiles on its borders towards China.
On June 22, the Ishigaki City Council in Okinawa, Japan, approved legislation to change the administrative status of the Senkoku islands from “Tonoshiro” to “Tonoshiro senkaku”. To avoid any confusion, allegedly. These islands Spread over 1,200 miles (1,931 kilometers) southwest of Tokyo. It has been operated by Japan since 1772. But both countries have been claiming the island for the past 100 years.
Japan supported India
Japan has supported India on the India-China border dispute case. Japanese Ambassador to India Satoshi Suzuki said that Japan hopes for a peaceful settlement of the dispute through dialogue. Japanese Ambassador to New Delhi, Satoshi Suzuki said on Friday that he had a good conversation with Foreign Secretary Harshvardhan Shringla in this regard. He made this statement after meeting Foreign Secretary Harshvardhan Shringla.
Suzuki wrote in a tweet, “I had a good conversation with Foreign Secretary Shringla. I applaud them for conveying the situation on the Line of Actual Control (LAC), including the Government of India’s policy of peaceful resolution. Japan also hopes for a peaceful settlement through dialogue. Japan is against any unilateral attempt to change the status quo. ‘