Another revelation from Japan!The People’s Liberation Army’s “10,000-ton large drive” and other 3 ships appeared in the waters of northeastern Taiwan on the 3rd | International | Newtalk News

The Ministry of Defense of Japan’s Integrated Staff and Supervision Department released today (4th) the dynamics of Chinese naval ships, saying that since the evening of the 2nd, three PLA ships have been found going northward through the waters near Yonaguni Island, which is the closest to Taiwan, and the Maritime Self-Defense Force has dispatched P-1, P -3C maritime patrol aircraft and a ship of the 12th escort are responsible for intelligence search and surveillance.

According to the data from the Integrated Staff and Supervision Department, the PLA’s “Type 055” (NATO code name: Renhai-class) missile destroyer “Lhasa (hull number 102)” was discovered at around 11:00 p.m. on the 2nd. , “Type 052D” (NATO code name: Luyang III) missile destroyer “Kaifeng (hull number 124)” and “Type 903” (NATO: Fuchi class) comprehensive supply ship “Taihu (hull number 889)” and other 3 ships On the 3rd, it was discovered that these ships were heading northeast through the waters between Yonaguni Island and Iriomote Island, and the last marked position was sailing northward 70 kilometers west of Yudiao Island in the Diaoyutai Islands.

Yonaguni Island is the closest island to Taiwan among the Japanese islands, only about 110 kilometers away. In December 2022, it was reported that the Japanese government planned to acquire about 180,000 square meters of land to the east of the Ground Self-Defense Force stationed in Yonaguni Island. The anti-aircraft missile unit is stationed in response to emergencies and armed conflicts in adjacent waters. In addition, during the PLA’s live-fire military exercise around Taiwan in August last year, it was reported that five ballistic missiles were fired into Japan’s Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ), which is also in the waters near this area. be informed.

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