Expect China and Japan to Establish Solid Bi-lateral Tie-up
Senior Communist Party of China (CPC) official Liu Yunshan Friday hoped that Japan could have a correct view of China’s development and send out positive signals on bi-lateral ties.
Liu, a member of the Standing Committee of the Political Bureau of the CPC Central Committee, made the comments when meeting with a non-partisan delegation of Japanese politicians.
The delegation was led by Yamasaki Taku, the former Japanese Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) Secretary-General.
Liu said China-Japan relations are gradually stabilizing, but still remain fragile.
The CPC and the Chinese government have always viewed and dealt with bilateral ties from a strategic and long-term perspective, he said.
China is ready to advance relations under the guidance of the principles of the four political documents between China and Japan, as well as the spirit of learning from history and looking to the future, he said.
China’s development should not be regarded as a threat, but an opportunity, he said, expressing hope that Japan could adhere to a peaceful development path.
China is willing to work with Japan to play a constructive role in promoting world and regional peace, stability and development, said Liu.
Taku said Japan-China relations are one of the most important bi-lateral relations for both sides.
The delegation members, who are from the ruling and opposition parties, are willing to make contributions to increasing Japan-China mutual trust as well as the development of bi-lateral ties, said Taku.
This is a logical step as the Far East consolidates it economic and military strength, stay tuned…
Have a terrific weekend.
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