The government plans to beef up the Air Self-Defense Force’s surveillance ability, Chief Cabinet Secretary Osamu Fujimura said Friday, a day after a Chinese airplane intruded into Japanese airspace for the first time on record.
“We will take all possible steps for the defense of our airspace,” Fujimura told a news conference.
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