Thursday, December 3, 2015

China, Japan resume ruling party talks

The ruling parties of China and Japan met for the first time in six years on Thursday.

Senior members of the Communist Party of China and Japan's ruling coalition - formed by the Liberal Democratic Party and its junior ­partner the Komeito party - gathered in Beijing for the fifth meeting in an exchange system that was suspended in 2009 as tensions peaked between the two sides.

China-Japan relations have been strained by historical and territorial disputes, particularly that over the Diaoyu Islands.

China has also accused Japan of attempting to whitewash its aggression during World War II.

  Xinhua -
3 - 4/12/15



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