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Visiting Chinese State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi and Japanese Foreign Minister Toshimitsu Motegi agreed on Tuesday to step up cooperation and communication amid the COVID-19 pandemic. reports that the coronavirus pandemic is still raging around the globe, the international landscape is evolving at an accelerating pace and the world is entering a period of turbulent changes, Wang said when meeting with Motegi, adding that it is necessary for China and Japan, as close neighbors and long-term cooperation partners, to have timely strategic communication against this backdrop.

Since the onset of the pandemic, China and Japan have supported and helped each other in fighting the virus, demonstrating the friendship between the two countries, Wang said.

2020.11.25 / 12:41
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