OVs march in Japan to call for China’s respect of international law

(VOVworld) – Vietnamese and Japanese people flocked onto the streets in Fukuoka and Hiroshima on Sunday to call on China to respect international law and a recent ruling by the Permanent Court of Arbitration in The Hague on East Sea disputes.
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Demonstrators raise banners, asking China to respect international law. (Photo: VNA)

In Fukuoka, 200 demonstrators under police control chanted slogans in Vietnamese and Japanese, demanding that China honor international law, stop its provocations and militarization in the East Sea. Demonstrators rejected China’s groundless nine-dash-line claim and welcomed the Court’s ruling. They marched to the Chinese Embassy in Fukuoka to present appeals in Vietnamese, Japanese, and English, which asked China to abide by the Court’s ruling and affirmed Vietnam’s indisputable sovereignty over the Truong Sa and Hoang Sa archipelagoes.

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