Japan spokesman from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of North Korea sank a fishing boat on the 12th, over a collision between the Fisheries Agency's fisheries management vessel and the North Korean fishing boat on the 7th in Japan's exclusive economic zone (EEZ) in the Sea of Japan He urged the government to compensate and prevent recurrence. Korean Central News Agency reported on the same day.
A spokesman insisted that a Japanese cracker sank a fishing boat that normally sailed in the North Korean waters. The Japanese government and the media reported that they collided because they made a sudden turn without responding to the crackdown, and said, “Japan is trying to justify its actions, but sinks the fishing boat and saves the lives of the sailors. I can never escape from the threat that I threatened. "
He called on the Japanese government for compensation and measures to prevent recurrence, and warned, "If such an incident recurs, it will have undesired consequences." (Seoul = Kamiya Kaoru)