BEIJING China’s Foreign Ministry voiced regard on Monday after Japan got continued U.S. subsidy for a brawl with Beijing over islands in a East China Sea during a assembly between U.S. President Donald Trump and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.
A corner Japanese-U.S. matter after a weekend assembly in a United States pronounced a dual leaders endorsed that Article 5 of a U.S.-Japan confidence covenant lonesome a islands, famous as a Senkaku in Japan and a Diaoyu in China.
Chinese Foreign Ministry orator Geng Shuang pronounced China was “seriously endangered and intentionally opposed”, adding that a islands had been China’s fundamental domain given ancient times.
“No matter what anyone says or does, it can't change a fact that a Diaoyu Islands go to China, and can't shake China’s solve and integrity to strengthen inhabitant government and territory,” Geng told a daily news lecture in Beijing.
The United States and Japan should watch what they contend and do and stop creation a wrong comments to equivocate complicating a emanate and inspiring informal assent and stability, he added.
(Reporting by Ben Blanchard; Editing by Jacqueline Wong)