East China sea dispute: Japan upset by China's attitude, ready to show its strength, waiting for 2024
The ongoing dispute between Japan and China over the islands also seems to be very serious. Japan is deploying the F-35B stealth fighter aircraft for the first time since 2024 in the Japanese region of the East China Sea over China's troubling and China-related threat.
At this time, China is being recognized as an occupying country. China is trying to cheat with every border border country. At the same time, he asserts his rights on the land of others. The ongoing dispute between Japan and China over the islands also seems to be very serious. Japan is deploying the F-35B stealth fighter aircraft for the first time since 2024 in the Japanese region of the East China Sea over China's troubling and China-related threat.
Local media reports stated that the airspace is approximately 1,030 km northeast of the disputed Diaoyu Islands (Senkaku Islands). The South China Morning Post (SCMP) reported. Japan's Yomiuri newspaper quoted sources as saying that the first F-35B jet would be deployed at the Air Self Defense Force's Nutabaru Air Base in southern Miyazaki Prefecture to protect the islands located off the country's mainland. China claims its claim on the island, known as Senkaku, but is occupied by Japan.
Julian Ryal and Kyodo stated in an article in the SCMP that the Chinese Coast Guard has increased activity near the Senkaku Islands in recent years. This has made the country vigilant. Explain that the islands were taken over by Japan in 2012.
The SCMP reported that the first F-35B squadron to receive Japan would consist of 18 combat aircraft. Each is valued at USD 117 million. Japan plans to buy a total of 42 jets. Let us tell you that the F-35 fighter aircraft made in America are equipped with vertical take-off and landing technology. It is believed that in the face of China's unswerving attitude, the deployment of these world's most advanced fighter aircraft can give Japan a big strategic advantage in the East China Sea.