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China: Nuevamente Islas en disputa frente a Japón.

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Statement by the Government of the People's Republic of China on Establishing the East China Sea Air Defense Identification Zone

( Source: Xinhua  )         2013-November-23 10:00

  BEIJING, Nov. 23 (Xinhua) -- The Ministry of National Defense of the People's Republic of China issued a statement on establishing the East China Sea Air Defense Identification Zone.

Following is the full text:

  Statement by the Government of the People's Republic of China on Establishing the East China Sea Air Defense Identification Zone

  Issued by the Ministry of National Defense on November 23

  The government of the People's Republic of China announces the establishment of the East China Sea Air Defense Identification Zone in accordance with the Law of the People's Republic of China on National Defense (March 14, 1997), the Law of the People's Republic of China on Civil Aviation (October 30, 1995) and the Basic Rules on Flight of the People's Republic of China (July 27, 2001).

  The zone includes the airspace within the area enclosed by China's outer limit of the territorial sea and the following six points: 33º11'N (North Latitude) and 121º47'E (East Longitude), 33º11'N and 125º00'E, 31º00'N and 128º20'E, 25º38'N and 125º00'E, 24º45'N and 123º00'E, 26º44'N and 120º58'E.

HONG KONG - El gobierno de China el sábado reclamó el derecho de identificar, monitorear y posiblemente emprender una acción militar contra los aviones que entran en una "zona de identificación de defensa aérea", recién declarado que cubre el mar y las islas también reclamadas por Japón y amenaza con escalar una ya tensa disputa sobre parte del territorio marítimo.

La medida parece ser un paso más en los esfuerzos de China para intensificar la presión sobre Japón sobre las islas japonesas controlada en el Mar Oriental de China, que están en el centro de la controversia.

The new Chinese rules left unclear how frequently and thoroughly China intends to enforce them. But Chinese state-run news media widely reported the announcement, which could kindle public expectations that the government will take steps to back up its words.

Military experts have said that even if Japan and China seek to avoid outright confrontation over the islands, there is the risk that an unplanned episode could spiral into a wider military conflict.

Articulo del New York Times 24.11.13

Islas en disputa