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Japan loses the island near the Russian border. The Coast Guard moves




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Japan's strategically important island has probably disappeared in the cold waters of the Okhotsk Sea between Japan's Hokkaido and northern tip of Russia after high winds and snow erupted.

island "Isanabe Hanakitakogima" One of the 158 uninhabited Japanese islands registered by the Japanese government for four years trying to draw territorial borders with Russia.

According to international law, the islands can only enter the territorial boundaries of the country if they are above sea level and express concern among the Japanese after the disappearance of the island after the territorial waters of the country have shrunk.

There are no village residents "Sarufotsu" The disappearance of the island, approx. Half a mile from their town.

Japanese researcher Hiroshi Shimizu gave a voice after visiting the nearby village of the lost island and told the authorities that he could not find the island "Isanabe Hanakitakogima".

The authorities have confirmed what they said at the time and expressed their inability to see the island even through sea tours.

Now that the island has completely disappeared, the Japanese Coast Guard is looking to preserve the territorial and maritime boundaries of the country.

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Japan's strategically important island has probably disappeared in the cold waters of the Okhotsk Sea between Japan's Hokkaido and northern tip of Russia after high winds and snow erupted.

Isanbei Hanakitakogima Island is one of the 158 uninhabited Japanese islands that the Japanese government registered for four years to try to draw territorial borders with Russia.

According to international law, the islands can only enter the territorial boundaries of the country if they are above sea level and express concern among the Japanese after the disappearance of the island after the territorial waters of the country have shrunk.

Sarovetsu residents in the village did not notice the disappearance of the island, about half a kilometer away from their town.

Japanese researcher Hiroshi Shimizu visited the alert from the nearby village and told the authorities that he could not find the island of Isanabe Hanakitakogima.

The authorities have confirmed what they said at the time and expressed their inability to see the island even through sea tours.

Now that the island has completely disappeared, the Japanese Coast Guard is looking to preserve the territorial and maritime boundaries of the country.


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