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East Sea:

see Japan, Sea ofJapan, Sea of,
or East Sea,
enclosed arm of the Pacific Ocean, c.405,000 sq mi (1,048,950 sq km), located between Japan and the Asian mainland, connecting with the East China Sea, the Pacific Ocean, and the Sea of Okhotsk through several straits.
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They called on relevant parties to exercise self-restraint, not use or threaten to use force, fully respect diplomatic and legal procedures, settle disputes by peaceful measures in line with international law, including the 1982 UN Convention on the Law of the Sea (1982 UNCLOS), support the full and effective implementation of the Declaration on the Conduct of Parties in the East Sea (DOC) and quickly reach a Code of Conduct in the East Sea (COC).
To create a peaceful, stable environment in the East Sea, Vietnam requests thatChina not bring the (rig) -- or any other oil rig -- back to this area or into any other part of Vietnam's territorial waters.
Sabirov said he hopes that the international community will support Vietnam's struggle against China to defend its sovereignty in the East Sea.
HSBC Bank (LSE: HSBA) has said that the tensions in the East Sea had not had a lasting impact on Vietnam.
Martin Galloway, who entered the group into Wish, said: "Newcastle East Sea Cadets is a member of the governing charity Marine Society & Sea Cadets which coordinates the training, administration, safeguarding, branding and inspection of all Sea Cadets units.
nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS George Washington, 200 aircraft and 8,000 military personnel have staged the "Invincible Spirit" exercises in the East Sea since Sunday to signal a warning to the North for its sinking of a South Korean warship in March.
During the meeting, North Korea first took up the issue, demanding the name change to the East Sea citing historical circumstances, the sources said.
The Society for East Sea research group has published a series of maps from the 16th century which call the sea to the east of the Korean Peninsula the 'East Sea' or 'Sea of Korea'.
The Kurds told the police they had paid smugglers between $200 and $300 a head to take them to Turkey from Iraq and then paid up to $2,000 for a place on the freighter, the East Sea, that eventually brought them to France.
Cabbages were stored inside while fresh fish from the East Sea were on display along the streets.