Regarding Japan's “National Security Guarantee Strategy” and “New Defense Program”, it proposed to strengthen its military power in the southwest of Japan,Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Hong Lei said at a regular press conference on December 11,The Chinese side is closely following the relevant policy trends of Japan,The Japanese action has an ulterior political purpose.
Hong Lei said,China adheres to the path of peaceful development,Pursue a defensive national defense policy.China's development of normal and legitimate national defense capabilities does not pose a threat to any country.China has always advocated and is committed to resolving territorial and maritime disputes through dialogue and consultation.at the same time,Never allow any country to violate China's territorial sovereignty.
Hong Lei said,China is closely following Japan's security strategy and related policy trends.Japan has unreasonably accused China of normal sea and air activities,Exaggerating the "China threat",It has an ulterior political purpose.China urges Japan to pay attention to the security concerns of its Asian neighbors,Follow the trend of the times,Follow the path of peaceful development,Make due efforts to improve Sino-Japanese relations and maintain regional peace and stability.
According to reports,The expert meeting established by Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe reviewed and approved the "National Security Strategy" and "Outline of the New Defense Outline" formulated by the government on the 11th.Proposed that Japan will "calmly and resolutely" respond to China's expanding maritime and air activities,And to strengthen military power in southwest Japan on the Diaoyu Islands issue.
Source: Global Times
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