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Leaked Telegrams Show Dispute Between China and Russia Over Illegal Chinese Fishing Boat

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Leaked Telegrams Show Dispute Between China and Russia Over Illegal Chinese Fishing Boat

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The Epoch Times recently obtained government documents from a trusted source that revealed a conflict in 2019 between China and Russia over a Chinese fishing boat that was caught illegally fishing in Russian waters. The series of telegrams were sent from the Chinese consulate in Vladivostok, Russia, a major port city near the country’s far-eastern border. They were addressed to the provincial governments of Shandong, Hainan, Jilin, Heilongjiang, Guangxi, and copied to China’s foreign and agriculture ministries, the China Coast Guard, the Chinese embassy in Moscow. According to the first leaked telegram, sent from the consulate on May 9, 2019, Russian authorities requested the consulate’s assistance in deporting seven Chinese citizens back to China. There were also several North Korean nationals onboard. The telegram noted that almost six months earlier on Nov. 21, 2018, Russian border patrol forces notified the consulate that a fishing vessel with pennant number “SUSAN204” had …

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