China Refutes Japan’s Claim of Weapons Radar Use

February 11, 2013  •  From

China has denied that its navy locked its radar against Japanese forces last month. Japan alleges that Chinese vessels locked their radars onto a Japanese destroyer and helicopter in two instances in the East China Sea. But China’s Foreign Ministry rejected that accusation at a news briefing in Beijing on Friday, saying “Japan has been deliberately spreading false information” against China.

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe condemned China on February 7 for what he described as “one-sided provocative action” by its military.

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