Chinese missiles fired at Japan’s EEZ

Five Chinese ballistic missiles landed in Japan’s exclusive economic zone (EEZ). Japanese officials.

Missiles launched in China The largest-ever military exercise around Taiwan has landed in waters southwest of Hateruma Island, the ministry said.

“This is a serious matter concerning the national security of our country and the security of the people,” Japanese Defense Minister Nobua Kishi said respectively for the Japan Times.

The EEZ extends 200 nautical miles (370 kilometers) from the coastline. In accordance with Kishi, this is the first incident of China firing missiles into Japan’s EEZ.

The launches were part of China’s large-scale military exercises, which are being held after the Speaker of the US House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi visited Taiwan.

The the exercises led to disruptions to civilian flights in the region and what experts described as a partial blockade of the island nation, which China considers a self-separate region.

During the exercises, numerous incursions of Chinese aircraft into Taiwan’s airspace were also recorded. According to Janes Defense News Magazine On August 3, 22 aircraft of the Chinese People’s Liberation Army Air Force (PLAAF) crossed the median line between China and Taiwan, the largest number recorded to date. Chinese missiles fired at Japan’s EEZ

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