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|NICOSIA Air Presto Ultra , April 18 (Xinhua) -- Cyprus's Parliament approved a crucial legislation on Saturday hopefully putting back on track its bail-out program after a suspension of almost 7 months.
The legislation setting out the framework for insolvency, which was demanded by international lenders, was passed at an extraordinary weekend session of the 56-seat parliament.
The legislation still needs to be officially endorsed by the Eurogroup and the International Monetary Fund.
Lawmakers passed by a 33 to 23 majority several laws which are intended to compliment the repossessions legislation and provide protection to small loan takers by banning repossession of their primary residence or small business premises by banks.
Lack of the repossessions and insolvency legislation had led the Eurogroup and the IMF in October 2014, to suspend further financial assistance to Cyprus under a 10-billion-euro(10.8 billion U.S. dollars) bailout deal concluded in March 2013.
The Eurogroup canceled a fifth evaluation of Cyprus's progress in applying its adjustment program and the IMF suspended a 86-million-euro tranche of economic assistance.
Center and right-wing lawmakers reached a last-minute deal with a small socialist party to secure the passage of the legislation.
Left-wing AKEL party which opposes to the bail-out austerity program though it had been instrumental in negotiating the bailout memorandum when in government from 2008 to 2013, unsuccessfully tried to scuttle the legislation by invoking procedural rules.
The Cypriot government said in a statement by its spokesman that the legislation can prove a milestone for Cyprus to get out of its bailout program and obtain financing its operations from international markets.
Cyprus was shut out of international markets since mid-2011 Air Presto Mens , and was finally forced to seek bailout by its Eurogroup partners in June 2012.(1 euro = 1.08 U.S. dollars)
Japan's Defence Minister Itsunori Onodera uses a pair of binoculars as he inspects an annual new year military exercise by the Japanese Ground Self-Defense Force 1st Airborne Brigade at Narashino exercise field in Funabashi, east of Tokyo January 12, 2014.
Japan is sending 100 soldiers and radar to its westernmost outpost, a tropical island off Taiwan, in a deployment that risks angering China with ties between Asia's biggest economies already hurt by a dispute over nearby islands they both claim.
Japanese Defence Minister Itsunori Onodera will break ground on Saturday for a military lookout station on Yonaguni Air Presto Womens , which is home to 1,500 people and just 150 km (93 miles) from the disputed Diaoyu Islands.
The mini-militarization of Yonaguni - now defended by two police officers - is part of a longstanding plan to improve defence and surveillance in Japan's far-flung frontier.
Building the radar base on the island, which is much closer to China than to Japan's main islands, could extend Japanese monitoring to the Chinese mainland and track Chinese ships and aircraft circling the disputed crags, called the Senkaku by Japan and the Diaoyu by China.
"We decided to deploy a Ground Self-Defense Force unit on Yonaguni Island as a part of our effort to strengthen the surveillance over the south-western region Air Presto ," Onodera said this week. "We are staunchly determined to protect Yonaguni Island, a part of the precious Japanese territory."
The 30 sq km (11 sq mile) backwater - known for strong rice liquor, cattle, sugar cane and scuba diving - may seem an unlikely place for Prime Minister Shinzo Abe to put boots on the ground.
But Yonaguni marks the confluence of the Japanese defence establishment's concerns about the vulnerability of the country's thousands of islands and the perceived threat from China.
The new base "should give Japan the ability to expand surveillance to near the Chinese mainland," said Heigo Sato Cheap Nike Presto , a professor at Takushoku University and a former researcher at the Defense Ministry's National Institute for Defense Studies.
"It will allow early warning of missiles and supplement the monitoring of Chinese military movements."
Japan does not specify an enemy when discussing its strategy to defend its remote islands. But it makes no secret that it perceives China generally as a threat - a giant flexing its growing muscle and becoming an Asian military power to rival Japan's ally, the United States, in the region.
Japan, in National Defense Programme Guidelines issued in December, expressed "great concern" over China's rapid military buildup Nike Presto Sale , security goals, its "attempts to change the status quo by coercion" in the sea and air, and last year's announcement of an air-defence identification zone.
Japan's remote-island strategy, set out in the guidelines, is to "intercept and defeat any invasion by securing maritime supremacy and air superiority" with swift deployments supplementing troops positioned in advance.
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Onodera's groundbreaking ceremony comes four days before President Barack Obama lands in Tokyo for a summit with Abe, the first state visit by a U.S. president in 18 years.
Japanese and Chinese navy and coastguard ships have played high-stakes cat and mouse around the disputed islets since Japan 'nationalised' the formerly privately owned territory in September 2012. Japanese fighter jets scrambled against Chinese planes a record 415 times in the year through to March, up 36 percent from the previous year, the Defense Ministry said last week.