Chinese Foreign Minister Visits Japan to Meet with Foreign Minister Mogi Meeting with Prime Minister Kan September 27 at 6:08 AM
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi is expected to visit Japan next month to meet with Foreign Minister Mogi. The meeting with Prime Minister Kan has also been coordinated, and if it is realized, it will be an opportunity to meet Directly with Chinese dignitaries for the first time since Prime Minister Kan took office.
Prime Minister Naoto Kan and Chinese President Xi Jinping met by telephone on May 25 and adgand to work closely together, pointing out that communication, including between the leaders, is important.
Against this circumstances, the two governments of Japan and China have entered into coordination in the direction of Foreign Minister Wang Yi’s visit to Japan next month and a meeting with Foreign Minister Mogi.
In addition, the meeting with Prime Minister Kan has been coordinated, and if it is realized, it will be an opportunity for Prime Minister Kan to meet directly with Chinese dignitaries for the first time since taking office.
Prime Minister Naoto Kan is also scheduled to meet with U.S. Secretary of State Pompeo, who is scheduled to visit Japan early next month, and will meet with foreign ministers from both countries one after another as the conflict between the U.S. and China becomes increasingly intense.
While keeping the Japan-U.S. alliance as the basis for diplomacy, Prime Minister Naoto Kan wants to continue communicating with China and build stable relations, and he is located to convey this idea to Foreign Minister Wang Yi.