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Chinese destroyers spotted off Japan’s coast

According to the Japanese Ministry of Defense, three Chinese military vessels entered the Sea of Japan on Sunday. According to the report, the warships were spotted about 200 kilometers west of Japan’s Fukue Island in Nagasaki Prefecture. The Chinese state newspaper Global Times reported that this was the first mission of the destroyer “Lhasa” since its commissioning last year. The ship was accompanied by the destroyer “Chengdu” and the supply ship “Dongpinghu”.

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