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Japan defies post-war int'l order, China's goodwill (2)

(Xinhua)

09:07, September 25, 2012

Japan cannot solve its territorial disputes with China over the Diaoyu Islands without thorough and critical examination of its aggression during World War II, German broadcaster Deutschlandradio said in a commentary over the weekend.

Japan still has not confessed its militaristic past as it glosses over its wartime atrocities in China, says the commentary.

Meanwhile, China signaled its goodwill to solve issues concerning the Diaoyu Islands through dialogues and negotiations, although it is angered by Japan's infringement upon its sovereignty.

China has been urging Japan to return to the track of dialogue and negotiation, said China's Foreign Ministry spokesman Hong Lei on Thursday.

As for a question on whether China will offer compensation for some Japanese enterprises' losses incurred during anti-Japan demonstrations and protests in China, Hong said relevant cases will be handled appropriately.

China's goodwill and restraint will not be ignored for nothing.Relations between China and Japan fell to their lowest point in years since Japan's "purchase" and "nationalization" of the Diaoyu Islands. It is time for Japan to repent over its invasive acts, from the World War II to the recent "purchase" of Diaoyu Islands.

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