China expresses serious concern over Japan's new fighter jets planned for export to third countries

The Japanese government is reported to have decided at a cabinet meeting to lift the ban on the export of the next-generation fighter jets jointly developed by Japan, the UK, and Italy to third countries. China expresses serious concern about this.

A spokesperson for the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Lin Jian, stated that in recent years, the Japanese side has significantly adjusted its security policy, increased its defense budget year by year, continuously relaxed the restriction on the export of weapons, and sought突破性 military development, which has raised strong concerns among neighboring countries and the international community.

He pointed out that due to the aggressive history of modern Japanese militarism, Japan's military and security trends have always been of great concern to neighboring countries in Asia and the international community. China urges the Japanese side to earnestly respect the security concerns of neighboring countries, deeply reflect on its aggressive history, adhere to the path of peaceful development, and gain the trust of neighboring countries in Asia and the international community through practical actions.

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