Le Yucheng, China’s foreign vice-minister, said the two sides should work together to “inject more stability and positive energy into the turbulent world”. Photo: Xinhua Le Yucheng, China’s foreign vice-minister, said the two sides should work together to “inject more stability and positive energy into the turbulent world”. Photo: Xinhua
Le Yucheng, China’s foreign vice-minister, said the two sides should work together to “inject more stability and positive energy into the turbulent world”. Photo: Xinhua

China and Japan vow to build ties for ‘new era’ as strategic talks resume

  • After seven-year hiatus, dialogue between Le Yucheng, China’s foreign vice-minister, and Japanese counterpart Takeo Akiba is held in Nagano prefecture
  • Foreign ministry says they had candid exchanges about bilateral and regional issues and would push forward consensus reached between leaders in June

Topic |   China-Japan relations
Le Yucheng, China’s foreign vice-minister, said the two sides should work together to “inject more stability and positive energy into the turbulent world”. Photo: Xinhua Le Yucheng, China’s foreign vice-minister, said the two sides should work together to “inject more stability and positive energy into the turbulent world”. Photo: Xinhua
Le Yucheng, China’s foreign vice-minister, said the two sides should work together to “inject more stability and positive energy into the turbulent world”. Photo: Xinhua
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