Mr. Mogi, Minister of Foreign Affairs of China, announced that he will visit Japan from the 24th.

Mr. Mogi, Minister of Foreign Affairs of China, announced that he will visit Japan from November 20 at 1:01 p.m.

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At a press conference after the Cabinet meeting, Foreign Minister Motegi announced that Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi would visit Japan from the 24th of next week, and expressed his intention to openly exchange opinions on japan-China issues and international affairs at the Japan-China Foreign Ministers’ Meeting.
In this interview, Foreign Minister Motegi announced that Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi will visit Japan from 24th to 24th next week and hold his first Japan-China Foreign Ministers’ Meeting since February 24.

On that basis, Minister Motegi said, “There are various issues between Japan and China, and it is important to resolve them one by one through high-level talks. We would like to exchange frank opinions on regional issues, the spread of the new coronavirus, and various international situations.”

“China had the highest number of people coming and going before the new coronavirus occurred. We would like to discuss how we can resume traffic,” he said, expressing his desire to exchange opinions on the resumption of traffic by business people.

During his stay in Japan, Foreign Minister Wang is expected to meet with Prime Minister Naoto Kan, and the government would like to confirm the importance of high-level communication, including the traffic of leaders, through a series of meetings, while also communicating concerns about China’s expansion into the sea.