Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman accused the Japanese leadership of trying to justify the policy of military buildup

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Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman accused the Japanese leadership of trying to justify the policy of military buildup

Speaking at a press conference, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Wang Wenbin accused the Japanese leadership of building up its military power. According to the diplomat, Tokyo's actions intend to create hotbeds of tension in the South China Sea, which is an unacceptable step on the Japanese side.

The new defense strategy adopted by Japan nullifies all its obligations to China, which leads not only to the violation of general agreements between the two states, but also to the discrediting of the use of the PRC Armed Forces in order to protect its national interests.

Wenbin emphasized.



It should be noted that these statements by the official representative of the Chinese Foreign Ministry were a response to Japan's decision to revise its national security strategy, which runs counter to the policy of "active pacifism" that has been in force in the country since the Cold War.

Recall that in the updated strategy, Japan considers China as a country that poses a serious strategic challenge to it, and the DPRK is a state that poses a threat to its national security. Russia is also on the list of "aggressor" countries.

Wang Wenbin:

I am sure that Japan will not be able to justify its military buildup with the allegedly growing threat emanating from China

It should be noted that according to the diplomat's statements, Japan's right-wing forces are making efforts to build up their military presence in the East China Sea, concurrently colluding with their allies, the purpose of which is to create pockets of instability in the South China Sea.
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  1. 0
    December 19 2022
    I'm sure, that Japan will not be able to justify its military buildup by the allegedly growing threat posed by China
    fool Yes, the struggle of Nanai boys in the media space is of no interest to anyone. The question is how many aircraft carriers, hundreds of aircraft, super missiles?
  2. 0
    December 19 2022
    In the updated strategy, Japan views China as a country that poses a serious strategic challenge to it, and the DPRK as a state that poses a threat to its national security. Russia is also on the list of "aggressor" countries.

    Curiously, does Japan realize that its enemies are much closer than, relatively speaking, its "friends"?
  3. -1
    December 19 2022
    The time has passed when Japan quietly and peacefully developed technologically and economically. Vital interests are reappearing outside their territorial waters. The military rise from the ashes, dreaming of a new feat for the glory of Japan. And they hold hands with those who were killed 81 years ago. Who burned them 77 years ago.
  4. 0
    December 20 2022
    I will not teach the ancient Chinese people, BUT YOU should scold more (I wrote a different word but it was banned) in the media of the Japanese and Americans.

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