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UPDATED: 21:55, April 12, 2007
Chinese premier, Japanese Emperor agree friendly ties benefit both countries
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Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao met with Japanese Emperor Akihito at the Imperial Palace on Thursday.

The two reviewed the development of Sino-Japanese relations and agreed that the harmonious co-existence of the two peoples is conducive to the two countries, Asia and the world as a whole.

Both sides voiced the hope that the two countries will make joint efforts to realize the goal of peaceful co-existence, long-lasting friendship, mutually beneficial cooperation and common development.

Wen arrived here on Wednesday for a three-day official visit, the first by a Chinese premier in seven years.

Source: Xinhua

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