China’s President Xi Jinping emphasizes that the handling of significant issues, including Taiwan, will impact bilateral relations with Japan.
During a meeting with Japan’s Prime Minister Fumio Kishida in San Francisco, Xi underscores the importance of honoring commitments to ensure the stability of China-Japan relations.
The leaders, attending the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation summit hosted by the US, express the need to deepen cooperation, uphold the global free trade system, and achieve mutual success.
Both leaders reaffirm commitment to principles and consensus outlined in four political documents between China and Japan, aiming to promote a strategic relationship of mutual benefit comprehensively.
Prime Minister Kishida emphasizes the responsibility of Japan and China, as neighbors and major global powers, to contribute to global peace and prosperity amid the complex dynamics of confrontation and cooperation in the international community.