Japan seeks to build constructive and stable bilateral relations with China
Chinese President Xi Jinping and Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida congratulated each other on the 50th anniversary of the resumption of the normalization of diplomatic relations between China and Japan.
Xi Jinping said that 50 years ago the old leaders of China and Japan decided to normalize diplomatic relations. This added a new chapter to the relationship between the two countries. In the past 50 years, with the joint efforts of the governments and citizens of both countries, China and Japan have concluded four political documents and reached a series of important agreements.
Cooperation between China and Japan in various fields is increasing, which has benefited both countries and citizens of both countries. With this the peace and development of the regional, even the whole world, was increased.
Xi Jinping said that I pay great attention to the development of China-Japan relations and look forward to building China-Japan relations in line with the new era with Prime Minister Fumio Kishida.
Kishida said that in the past 50 years, Japan and China have made great progress in cooperation in the fields of economy, culture and people-to-people exchanges. Building a new future for Japan-China relations is very important. Japan seeks to build constructive and stable bilateral relations with China, so as to enhance the peace and prosperity of both countries, regions and the world.
On the same day, Chinese Premier Li Keqiang and the Japanese Prime Minister also sent congratulatory messages to each other. PLC/GT