Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Taiwan reiterates sovereignty over disputed islands in East China Sea - The Japan Daily Press

An aide to the Office of the President of Taiwan has reiterated that they have sovereignty over the disputed islands in the East China Sea. Known as the Senkakus by Japan, Diaoyu by China and Diaoyutai by Taiwan, the resource-rich uninhabited islands has been a source of contention among the three countries for the past years.

Timothy Yang, the secretary-general of the Presidential Office, said that they have always been clear that the Diaoyutais are an “inherent part of the sovereign territory of the Republic of China.” He made the statement during the Taiwan-U.S.-Japan Trilateral Security Dialogue forum in Taipei. He also emphasized that they are intent on resolving the issue by adhering to the principles of “safeguarding sovereignty, shelving disputes, pursuing peace and reciprocity and promoting joint exploration and development.”

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Comment: You know that nobody will ever drill for oil here. That's because it would lower the price of oil! Before that ever happens, the Saudi's will have their bought and paid for man "Barry" the Obama-Nation of Desolation as spoken of by the profit Daniel blow it all to hell first! The problem with that is, the Taiwanese and the Japanese can make all the noise they want, the Chinese might just have other plans. It may be time for folks to make their peace with God...

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