Wang Yi, China's foreign minister, left, bumps fists with Yoshihide Suga, Japan's prime minister, ahead of their meeting in Tokyo, Japan, last week. Photo: Bloomberg Wang Yi, China's foreign minister, left, bumps fists with Yoshihide Suga, Japan's prime minister, ahead of their meeting in Tokyo, Japan, last week. Photo: Bloomberg
Wang Yi, China's foreign minister, left, bumps fists with Yoshihide Suga, Japan's prime minister, ahead of their meeting in Tokyo, Japan, last week. Photo: Bloomberg
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China, Japan and South Korea have pressing interests in common

  • Foreign Minister Wang Yi has laid the groundwork to strengthen ties with the country’s neighbours; now is the time to push for greater cooperation and dialogue

Wang Yi, China's foreign minister, left, bumps fists with Yoshihide Suga, Japan's prime minister, ahead of their meeting in Tokyo, Japan, last week. Photo: Bloomberg Wang Yi, China's foreign minister, left, bumps fists with Yoshihide Suga, Japan's prime minister, ahead of their meeting in Tokyo, Japan, last week. Photo: Bloomberg
Wang Yi, China's foreign minister, left, bumps fists with Yoshihide Suga, Japan's prime minister, ahead of their meeting in Tokyo, Japan, last week. Photo: Bloomberg
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