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Friday, April 17, 2015

China complains Japanese air, sea surveillance raises safety risks

JASDF F-15 EagleChina's Defence Ministry complained on Friday that Japanese surveillance activities threatened the safety of Chinese ships and aircraft, raising the issue after Japan said earlier this week that its jet fighter scrambles had hit levels unseen since the Cold War.

Japan's air force said the increased number of scrambles were in response to Russian bombers probing its northern skies and Chinese combat aircraft intruding into its southern air space.

China's Defence Ministry, in a statement faxed to Reuters, said that Chinese air force activities accorded with both international law and norms.

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