Xinhua News Agency of Tokyo on May 10th (Reporter Zheng Kaijun and Hou Lijun) At noon on May 10th, local time, Premier Li Keqiang of Tokyo attended the commemoration of the 40th anniversary of the conclusion of the Sino-Japanese Peace and Friendship Treaty in Tokyo with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and welcomes Premier Li Keqiang's visit to Japan. Will and give a speech.
Li Keqiang said that China-Japan relations are facing new opportunities for improvement and development. The two sides should actively and productively launch new measures to improve relations between the two countries and enhance the good expectations and confidence of the peoples of the two countries and the international community in Sino-Japanese relations.
- Remember history and learn profound lessons.
- Connect development strategies and deepen pragmatic cooperation.
- Strengthen non-governmental exchanges and promote friendship from generation to generation.
- Performing responsibilities and sharing the mission of the times
In his speech, Shinzo Abe expressed sincere congratulations on the 40th anniversary of the conclusion of the Japan-China Peace and Friendship Treaty. 40 years ago, the older generation of politicians of the two countries demonstrated vision and wisdom, and concluded a treaty of peace and friendship between Japan and China. The first of these is the development of lasting peace and friendly relations between the two countries. Like a compass, the treaty leads us to overcome various difficulties and move forward.
Premier Li Keqiang's visit has enabled the relations between the two countries to return to normal track and set sail again at a new starting point. When the Sino-Japanese relations resume sailing, both parties have the responsibility to shift competition to coordination, starting from today into the era of coordination.