China’s Li Keqiang reminds Japan of terms in peace treaty

May 11, 2018

TOKYO - The China-Japan Treaty of Peace and Friendship, which includes Japan's self-reflection on aggression against China and its one-China stance, is one of the four political documents both countries should fully comply with to bring bilateral ties back to the right track, Premier Li Keqiang said yesterday.

The treaty was a milestone document for bilateral relations, confirming principles in the China-Japan Joint Declaration and the adherence to the one-China policy, the Premier said at a reception that commemorated the 40th anniversary of the signing of the treaty in Tokyo, China Daily reported.


“Both countries should comply with the treaty to increase friendship, said Li, who called for learning from history and facing up to the future, while keeping high-level exchanges between the two neighbours.” (ATI).