Zoa-S helps to protect 4 million km2 of ocean territories
Surrounded on all sides by wide expanses of ocean, Japan is a maritime nation that enjoys the benefits of the sea in the forms of maritime trade and fishing. However, these waters are also plagued by various problems, including maritime accidents, marine crime such as smuggling and illegal migration, and international disputes over the sovereignty of territorial possessions and maritime resources.
Since its establishment in May 1948, the Japanese Coast Guard is responsible for the protection of the coastline of Japan. The guard has been engaged in a variety of activities, including criminal investigations, maritime security operations, search and rescue work and marine environment preservation, all so that the people of Japan can use and enjoy the various blessings of the ocean environment.
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