Ned Price said: "The Diaoyutai Islands (called Senkaku Islands in Japan) are subject to Article 5 of the U.S.-Japan Security Treaty." Article 5 of the U.S.-Japan Security Treaty stipulates that if either party In a place under Japanese jurisdiction, the other party will take action in accordance with the provisions of the country’s constitution to deal with the common danger.
The Standing Committee of the National People’s Congress of the People’s Republic of China passed the “Maritime Police Law of the People’s Republic of China” on January 1. This law authorizes maritime police units to “illegally engage in production activities, disobey the stopping order, or refuse Chinese maritime Police boarding inspection", after the warning is invalid, marine police officers can use weapons.
Both China and Japan claim the sovereignty of Diaoyutai; the Tokyo authorities have warned of China's growing aggressiveness in the region.
During the conversation between Antony Blinken and Motegi Toshimitsu, US President Biden promised to continue Trump's line, take a tough stance on the rising China, and establish closer relations with allies.
Former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.Hillary Clinton first stated that Diaoyutai Island is applicable to Article 5 of the U.S.-Japan Security Treaty, and former President Trump further warned China not to try to challenge Japan's control of these islands.
The State Council also stated that Brinken and Toshimitsu Motegi were also discussing the military coup in Myanmar last week.Biden made his first public remarks on the Myanmar military coup today. In addition to calling on the Myanmar military to immediately release the real leader Aung San Suu Kyi and others, he also announced that he would sign an executive order to freeze the Myanmar government’s assets in the United States. (Translator: Liu Wenyu/Verified Draft: Xu Ruicheng)
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