Japan expresses concerns to China about territorial waters, Hong Kong, Uyghur situation

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Japan Foreign Minister Motegi Toshimitsu (File Photo)
Japan Foreign Minister Motegi Toshimitsu (File Photo)

Tokyo [Japan], April 7 (ANI): Japanese Foreign Minister, Motegi Toshimitsu on Tuesday expressed strong concerns to his Chinese counterpart, Wang Yi over the new Chinese law that allows the country's coast guard to use weapons, and Beijing's increased activities in the East and South China seas.

In a phone call with Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi, Motegi also talked about the situation in Hong Kong and human rights issues in Xinjiang and urged Beijing to take concrete action, NHK World reported.

However, in his response, Wang warned Tokyo against interfering in China's internal affairs, like those concerning Hong Kong and the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region. (ANI)