80% of Japanese disturbed about probable strife with China over islets

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03:49 14 Sep 2016

WASHINGTON, Sept. 13, Kyodo

Eighty percent of a Japanese polled have voiced regard that rising tensions between Japan and China over a organisation of Japanese-controlled islets in a East China Sea could lead to a troops conflict, according to a consult expelled Tuesday.

Of a total, 35 percent of a respondents pronounced they are “very concerned” and 45 percent “somewhat concerned” about China’s attempts to criticise Japan’s administration of a Senkaku Islands, pronounced a consult conducted by a Pew Research Center, a Washington-based consider tank.

Last month, China sent a record series of supervision ships, as many as 15, and about 300 fishing boats tighten to a islands. And even after a Sept. 6 assembly between Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and Chinese President Xi Jinping, 4 Chinese supervision vessels intruded into Japanese waters around a islets on Sunday, call an central criticism from Tokyo.

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