Japanese Foreign Minister Fumio Kishida, left, shakes hands with China’s Foreign Minister Wang Yi during a meeting in Beijing (AP)
Foreign Ministers of China and Japan held rare talks on Saturday to reduce mistrust between the second and the third-largest economies and improve relations strained by rival claims over a group of islands, with Beijing saying the ties should be based on cooperation not confrontation.
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi told his visiting Japanese counterpart Fumio Kishida that China-Japan ties must be based on “respect for history, adherence to commitment, and on cooperation rather than confrontation.”
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Source: The Indian Express