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|Monday, May 29, 2000, updated at 20:40(GMT+8)|
Japan Urged to Honor One China PrinciplePremier Zhu Rongji said Monday that Japan should honor the one China principle, properly handle the Taiwan issue, and open up the future of Sino-Japanese friendly relations in the spirit of drawing on lessons from history.
Zhu made the remarks in a meeting with the secretaries-general of the three coalition parties of the Japanese government.
Hiromu Nonaka of Japan's Liberal Democratic Party told Zhu that on the Taiwan issue, the Japanese government will strictly adhere to the principles set out in the Sino-Japanese Joint Statement, which he said remains steadfast and unchanged.
Japan hopes that the two sides across the Taiwan Straits will be able to let the issue be solved as an internal matter of China through direct negotiations, Nonaka said, noting that Japan will make efforts to earnestly strengthen its good-neighborly relations with China in the spirit of drawing on lessons from history.
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