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China and Japan Agree to Restart Two-Way Travel by End of November
Published on: 2020-11-25
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Japan and China agreed on Tuesday to restart coronavirus-hit business travel this month and to continue talks on disputed isles in the East China Sea, in the first high-level dialogue since Japan picked a new leader in September.

The two-day visit to Tokyo by Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi comes amid growing concerns over Beijing's assertiveness in the region. Talks with Japanese counterpart ToshimitsuMotegi covered maritime tensions, trade and the pandemic response.

On Wednesday, Wang will make a courtesy call on Prime Minister YoshihideSuga, who has so far sought to balance Japan's deep economic reliance on China with security concerns, including Beijing's claims over the disputed isles that are controlled by Japan.

中日同意月内恢复商务人士往来

日本外相茂木敏充24日在中日外长会谈后的联合记者会上透露,双方同意11月内恢复中日之间的商务相关人士往来。

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