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UPDATED: 08:18, April 06, 2005
Vice-premier Wu Yi hopes for improvement of China-Japan ties
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Chinese Vice-Premier Wu Yi Tuesday called for the improvement of China-Japan relations as soon as possible.

At a meeting with Ryutaro Hashimoto, president of the Japanese Council for the Promotion of International Trade (JCPIT) and former Japanese prime minister, Wu said this year is the 60th anniversary for Chinese people's victory over Japan's invasion, which offers a new opportunity for the two countries to promote relations.

"China hopes Japan will handle well the historical issues and boost bilateral ties in the spirit of taking history as a mirror and looking forward to the future," Wu said.

Wu spoke highly of efforts made by the JCPIT to promote Sino-Japanese ties and expressed the hope that the friends from Japanese business community could cherish the existing foundation for cooperation and play an active role in promoting bilateral relations.

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