The Japanese Prime Minister expressed concern about China's activities and human rights situation

Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga has expressed concern about China's activities and human rights situation. He expressed this concern at the G-7 conference held in Britain.

Suga said that various China-related issues such as East and South China's one-sided system, human rights situation and unfair economic practices are not in line with G7 values.

He said that all countries should work on this issue.
Japan claims that China has previously carried out 112 attacks around the Senkaku Islands. China entered Japan's territorial waters for four days in April and five days in May. This number is 20 from January to May.

Due to this several incidents happened. China has increased its activities in the South China Sea and East China Sea in the past few months. And the tension between China and Japan is rising around the East China Sea.

In addition, Japan claims that China has presented itself aggressively in the economic and military sectors of China's oppression of Uyghurs.

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