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Japanese PM to visit China: Chinese spokesman

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Beijing, China - Oct 12, 2018 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
1. Reporters at press conference by Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs
2. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Lu Kang, spokesman, Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs:
"As far as China is concerned, we value Sino-Japanese relations. To ensure a continuous, sound and steady development of the relations, we believe both sides should follow the principle and spirit of the four political documents and confirm that China and Japan are cooperation partners, not threat to each other, and the two countries will support each other's peaceful development. Both sides should carry on the past and open a way for the future and continue to consolidate the political and legitimate foundations for their relations."
3. Reporters
4. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Lu Kang, spokesman, Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs:
"China and Japan are the world's major economies. Deepened economic and trade cooperation between them not only benefits themselves but also helps boost the world economy and trade. We believe both sides can tap into complementarity, expand cooperation on trade, investment, finance, innovation and high-tech, jointly develop the third-party market, and safeguard the multilateral and free trading system as well as an open world economy. China welcomes more Japanese investments to China."
5. Reporters

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Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will pay an official visit to China from Oct 25 to 27 at the invitation of Chinese Premier Li Keqiang, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Lu Kang announced at a press briefing on Friday.

The upcoming visit, on the occasion of the 40th anniversary of the signing of the China-Japan Treaty of Peace and Friendship, will be the first official visit by a Japanese prime minister to China in seven years, according to the spokesman.

Lu said Chinese leaders will meet and hold talks with the visiting Japanese prime minister to discuss topics such as how to improve and develop ties between the two countries, and exchange views on regional and international issues.

The two sides will hold a reception to celebrate the anniversary of the signing of the treaty. They will also hold the first bilateral forum on third-party market cooperation.

"As far as China is concerned, we value Sino-Japanese relations. To ensure a continuous, sound and steady development of the relations, we believe both sides should follow the principle and spirit of the four political documents and confirm that China and Japan are cooperation partners, not threat to each other, and the two countries will support each other's peaceful development. Both sides should carry on the past and open a way for the future and continue to consolidate the political and legitimate foundations for their relations," Lu said.

The four documents refer to the 1972 Sino-Japanese Joint Statement, the 1978 China-Japan Treaty of Peace and Friendship, the 1998 China-Japan Joint Declaration, and the 2008 joint statement on advancing strategic and mutually beneficial relations. The spirit of the four documents includes learning from history, peaceful coexistence, mutual respect, friendship for generations, mutually beneficial cooperation and common development.

"China and Japan are the world's major economies. Deepened economic and trade cooperation between them not only benefits themselves but also helps boost the world economy and trade. We believe both sides can tap into complementarity, expand cooperation on trade, investment, finance, innovation and high-tech, jointly develop the third-party market, and safeguard the multilateral and free trading system as well as an open world economy. China welcomes more Japanese investments to China," Lu said.

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