The Japan Coast Guard (equivalent to the Sea Guard) said that this morning in the outskirts of the Noto Peninsula in Ishikawa, Japan, the fishery banned boat of the Japanese Fisheries Agency (equivalent to the Fisheries Department) and the large fishing boats of North Korea. In the collision, about 20 people from North Korea’s fishing boats landed.
The Japan Broadcasting Association (NHK) reported that the Japan Coast Guard Agency pointed out that at 9:10 am (8:10 am Taiwan time), it was notified by the Fisheries Department that it was about 350 kilometers northwest of the Noto Peninsula in Ishikawa Prefecture, Japan. In the open sea, the fishery banned vessel of the Fisheries Department collided with a large fishing boat in North Korea. The North Korean fishing boat cabin was flooded, and about 20 people drifted on the sea.
The Japan Coast Guard has dispatched patrol boats to the sea of collision boats to clarify the details.