Tokyo has summoned Beijing' ambassador after Chinese government ships were spotted near East China Sea islands for a fifth consecutive day. Tensions over the disputed islands have strained bilateral relations, according to Deutsche Welle.
As to the claims of both countries, it is known that approximately 230 Chinese fishing boats and coast guard vessels sailed near disputed islands in the East China Sea.
Fumio Kishida, Minister for Foreign Affairs of China, had summoned China’s ambassador to protest against incursions and "The Chinese side is attempting to change the status quo in a one-sided manner. I cannot help saying that because of this, the situation surrounding Japanese-Chinese relations has markedly deteriorated," he told the ambassador.
Chinese ambassador Cheng Yonghua told reporters after the meeting that the disputed islands are an integral part of China' territory and that the dispute should be resolved peacefully.
"I told him that ... it is natural that Chinese ships conduct activity in the waters in question," Cheng said. "I also told him both countries need to work on dialogue through diplomatic channels so as not to make things more complicated and escalated," he said.
It was the second time Cheng had been summoned by Tokyo over the dispute in recent days.
Deutsche Welle adds that tensions between Asia' two largest economies have risen after Japan saw an increasing number of Chinese coast guard and other government ships sailing near the disputed islets, called Senkaku in Japan and Diaoyu in China.Serhat Tunar

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