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UPDATED: 17:47, December 21, 2006
China hopes first joint China-Japan history study can proceed well
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China hopes the first joint study between China and Japan on history can proceed well, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Qin Gang said Thursday in Beijing.

The joint history study will kick off next Tuesday and the two countries have each appointed a 10-member team to conduct the research.

"I hope the experts from the two countries can do the study on the basis of principles of the three political documents and face history in a correct manner," Qin said.

Through the study of 2000 years of history between China and Japan as well as modern and post-World War II history, it will enhance the mutual understanding of the objective history, he said.

Chinese President Hu Jintao and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe agreed in October to begin the joint history research by the end of the year.

The two nations' foreign ministers also agreed to release the outcome of the study by the end of 2008.

Source: Xinhua

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