South Korea ’s ruling and opposition lawmakers have landed on Takeshima (Korean name, Dokdo) in Shimane Prefecture, where Japan and South Korea are fighting for territorial rights. "Isn't it coming back?
In May, Maruyama mentioned “war” in connection with the means of returning the northern territory. The Japan Restoration Association dismissed Mr. Maruyama, and the House of Representatives passed unanimously a “revolutionary resolution” that encouraged the resignation of parliament, but Maruyama refused to resign. He joined the party that protects the people from NHK.
Mr. Maruyama wrote about Takeshima on the same day and said, “Takeshima is occupied by illegal occupants, and the other side is in such a situation. How do you get it back? "
This post, like the northern territory, can be taken as an assertion that Takeshima will use “war” as a means of resolution, and it is likely to bring about ripples in the future.