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Tokyo: Japan on Friday mentioned that it has lodged a protest with China over the intrusion by two China Coast Guard ships into Japanese territorial waters near disputed islands within the East China Sea.

The two Chinese ships entered Japanese territorial waters across the Senkaku Islands at round 4:50 p.m. (native time) on Thursday and gave the impression to be attempting to method a Japanese fishing boat about 7 kms west of Uotsuri Island, in line with the Japan Coast Guard.

As the 2 ships are nonetheless in territorial waters across the islands, that are administered by Japan however claimed by China, Tokyo has been demanding that the ships instantly depart the realm, Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga mentioned.

“We have been strongly urging (China) to stop trying to approach the Japanese fishing boat and leave our territorial waters immediately,” Suga mentioned at a information convention, including: “We will continue to deal with the matter calmly and resolutely.”

Japan Coast Guard patrol ships have been maintaining a detailed watch on the Chinese ships and guaranteeing the security of the Japanese fishing boat, in line with Suga, the highest authorities spokesman.

It is the primary time since June 22 {that a} Chinese ship has entered Japanese territorial waters across the Senkakus, that are referred to as Diaoyu in Chinese, the japan instances reported.

On that day, town meeting of Ishigaki in Okinawa Prefecture handed a decision to rename an administrative space masking the Senkaku Islands.

The identify change from Tonoshiro to Tonoshiro Senkaku drew a pointy rebuke from Beijing.

China has despatched its ships to waters across the islets for 80 days in a row, the longest streak since Japan put them underneath state management in September 2012, regardless of some current thawing in bilateral relations that had been frayed over the Senkaku difficulty and conflicting views over historical past.