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China steps up efforts to protect Diaoyu Islands

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BEIJING, Sept. 16 (Xinhuanet) -- To safeguard its territorial sovereignty, the Chinese government has taken a number of measures over the past week in regards to the Diaoyu Islands sovereignty.

On Monday, the State Oceanic Administration issued regulations to protect the country’s maritime sovereignty. The law defines the scope of China’s territorial waters that will be covered, including waters off the Diaoyu Island and its affiliated islets, in the East China Sea.

On Thursday, China’s permanent representative to the United Nations Li Baodong met with UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon. He filed a copy of the Chinese government’s Diaoyu Islands baseline announcement with the organization. Following these actions, two Chinese surveillance fleets arrived in waters around Diaoyu Islands on Friday morning to carry out patrols. Also on Friday, Cheng Yonghua, the Chinese ambassador to Japan, spoke with an official from Japan’s Foreign Ministry, saying that China would not accept Japan’s proposal to negotiate the issue.

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