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Spokesperson Kong Quan: It Is Regrettable that the Japanese Leader Repeatedly Made Remarks Inconducive to the Improvement of Sino-Japanese Relations
2005-05-24

On the evening of May 23, in response to questions from the press, Spokesperson Kong Quan of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said that the Chinese Government attaches great importance to Sino-Japanese relations and has made unremitting efforts to the improvement and development of the relations, which is well demonstrated by Vice Premier Wu Yi's visit to Japan. It is regrettable that, during her visit in Japan, the Japanese leader repeatedly made remarks on the visit to Yasukuni Shrine, which is inconducive to the improvement of the Sino-Japanese relations. The Chinese side strongly feels unsatisfied with it and sincerely hopes that both sides will work together to implement the five-point proposition put forward by President Hu Jintao, so that the Sino-Japanese relations could develop on a sound and stable track.

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