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Topic - Nobuteru Ishihara
Japanese Prime Minister Naoto Kan on Sunday rejected China's repeated demand that Tokyo apologize and offer compensation for the arrest of a Chinese boat captain whose detention caused relations between the Asian neighbors to plunge to their lowest level in years.
The man was taking part in a parade of right-wing trucks expressing anger at the dispute with China, he said.
"This is tone-deaf diplomacy," said Nobuteru Ishihara, secretary-general of the Liberal Democratic Party, the largest opposition party.