In response to Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga’s offering sacrifices to Yasukuni Shrine, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Wang Wenbin stated at a regular press conference on the 21st that Yasukuni Shrine enshrines Class-A war criminals who were directly responsible for Japan’s foreign war of aggression. Has always resolutely opposed the wrong practices of Japanese political leaders.
Wang Wenbin said that China urges Japan to abide by the principles of the four political documents of China and Japan, earnestly implement the consensus on the four principles of China and Japan, face up to and deeply reflect on the history of aggression, draw a clear line with militarism, and take concrete actions to win the trust of neighboring Asian countries and the international community. .
Japan has been very jumping lately. Let’s take a look at a series of recent moves in Japan. On February 1, the “Maritime Police Law of the People’s Republic of China” came into effect. Japanese media repeatedly hyped up the normal cruises of Chinese official ships to the Diaoyu Islands and played up the “China threat theory.” The Japanese government once clamored that if a Chinese coast guard ship tried to land on the Diaoyu Islands and its affiliated islands, the Japanese side might consider this as a “criminal crime” and could conduct “hazardous shooting” at the other side. Where does Japan’s courage come from? According to Japanese media reports, the US Department of Defense claimed on the 23rd to support Japan on the sovereignty of the Senkaku Islands. This is the first time the United States has made a clear statement on the sovereignty of the Senkaku Islands. The United States not only unilaterally asked China to exercise restraint, but at the “2+2” talks between the United States and Japan on March 16, the two countries once again discussed matters concerning the Diaoyu Islands and agreed to hold exercises on the Diaoyu Islands and other surrounding islands. I have seen it, there is old beauty behind her back, and the book is very active. Let us look at the issue of nuclear waste water discharge. Japan declared that it would discharge nuclear waste water. China and South Korea and other neighboring countries strongly opposed it, but Japan obviously did not care. He was waiting for the American father’s statement. Subsequently, U.S. Secretary of State Blinken expressed through social media that he thanked Japan for its efforts to treat Fukushima nuclear wastewater. At the same time, the U.S. State Department issued a statement announcing that Japan’s nuclear wastewater discharge was in compliance with international standards, and he looked forward to Japan and the International Atomic Energy Commission. Cooperation. Western countries are also very cooperative, all are dumb, and there is almost no objection in public opinion. But what if South Korea still opposes it? It’s okay, American dad continues to help the book settle. Before the 17th, South Korea had a clear attitude towards Japan’s discharge of nuclear waste water and was very opposed to it. First, the Korean people spontaneously protested in front of the Japanese Embassy in Seoul and strongly opposed Japan’s decision to discharge nuclear sewage to the Pacific. The coalition of 31 anti-nuclear and environmental protection organizations in South Korea issued a statement expressing its strong condemnation of Japan’s actions. On the 14th, at the first meeting of the China-Korea Maritime Affairs Dialogue and Cooperation Mechanism, China and South Korea expressed their strong opposition to Japan’s unilateral decision to discharge nuclear waste water from the Fukushima nuclear power plant accident in recent days, despite the opposition of the international community, especially China and South Korea’s two important neighbors. dissatisfied. On the same day, South Korean President Moon Jae-in said in accepting the credential submitted by the Japanese ambassador to South Korea, Sang Sung Koichi, that the South Korean side was deeply worried about Japan’s decision to discharge pollutants into the sea. On the 14th, when Moon Jae-in presided over the meeting, he instructed all departments to actively discuss the application for interim measures and file complaints with the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea. The “provisional measures” refer to the temporary prohibition of Japan’s nuclear weapons before the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea makes a final judgment. Waste water is discharged into the sea. These statements are very firm opposition, and there is no room for relaxation. But look at the statement on the 19th. South Korean Foreign Minister Jeong Yi-yong said that if Japan can treat nuclear-contaminated water in accordance with the standard procedures set by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), South Korea does not need to insist on opposing it. At the same time, it gave its own approved solutions. It can be considered that as long as these requirements are met, South Korea will tacitly agree: First, it needs Japan to provide sufficient scientific evidence on the safety of the discharge of nuclear contaminated water, and second, it needs the Japanese and South Korean governments to carry out adequate measures. In advance negotiation, the third is to allow South Korean experts and research institutes to participate in the verification process of the International Atomic Energy Agency. This is basically a 180-degree turn, directly giving Japan a step, and Japan also understands it, saying that it is considering allowing South Korea to participate in the supervision of the Fukushima nuclear sewage discharge. So, what happened in the middle? On April 17, the so-called U.S. special envoy for climate change, John Kerry, arrived in South Korea. In subsequent talks with the South Korean Ministry of Foreign Affairs, he supported Japan, expressing Washington’s confidence in the transparency of Japan’s plan and the U.S. to the Japanese government and the International Atomic Energy Agency ( IAEA) has conducted full discussions with confidence and believes that Japan has assessed all options and impacts and has been very transparent in this decision-making and process. The change in South Korea’s attitude is obviously the result of the United States’ mediation. Why is Lao Mei so active and helping Japan? Thinking about Japan’s frequent provocations against China on the Diaoyu Islands and other issues recently, things are already very obvious: Japan hopes to get help from the United States in discharging nuclear waste water, while the United States hopes that Japan will serve as a pawn for the United States to contain China. The two have mutually beneficial interests. Change, it’s all in one shot. Therefore, it is not surprising that Benzi went to sacrifice to ghosts again. Finally, recruit nuclear men, you can continue to dance, and when we free our hands to clean up you, you will know who the real father is.