April 06 2012
The governments of China and Japan are planning meetings to discuss maritime security, reports the Kyodo News Agency.
A first meeting, likely to be held in Beijing, may be announced during planned talks this weekend between Japanese Foreign Minister Koichiro Genba and his Chinese counterpart, Yang Jiechi, said unnamed diplomatic sources.
The talks between defense and foreign affairs officials are part of mutual efforts to create a multilayered bilateral mechanism for maritime...
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