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March 25, 1984

CABLE FROM AMBASSADOR KATORI TO THE FOREIGN MINISTER, 'PRIME MINISTER VISIT TO CHINA (FOREIGN MINISTERS’ DISCUSSION)'

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    Ambassador Katori outlines the talks between Foreign Minsters Wu Xueqian and Abe Shintaro.
    "Cable from Ambassador Katori to the Foreign Minister, 'Prime Minister Visit to China (Foreign Ministers’ Discussion)'," March 25, 1984, History and Public Policy Program Digital Archive, 2002-113, Act on Access to Information Held by Administrative Organs. Also available at the Diplomatic Archives of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan. Obtained for CWIHP by Yutaka Kanda and translated by Ryo C. Kato. http://digitalarchive.wilsoncenter.org/document/118850
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Number R037692

Primary: Asia and China

Sent: China 00:18 Year Month 25

Received: MOFA 01:20 1984 March 25

To: The Foreign Minister From: Ambassador Katori

Prime Minster Visit to China (Foreign Ministers’ Discussion)0

Number 1339 Top Secret Top Urgent Q36RA

Cabinet Minister Abe met with Foreign Minister Wu Xueqian on the 24th at 2:50 PM for approximately 2 and a half hours at a guest residence. (also in attendance Counseller Han En Ryu, among others). Details of the summary below are in separate wires.

1. Relations with the U.S. Separate Wire 1

2. Regarding the participation of China in the ADB (Note: China requested that even the fact that this topic was discussed be not be revealed. There was no mention of this during the press briefing.) Separate Wire 2

3. Relations with the Soviet Union Separate Wire 3

4. The state of the Korean Peninsula Separate Wire 4

5. Regarding Hong Kong Separate Wire 5

6. Regarding Cambodia among others (Visiting Malaysia, among others) Separate Wire 6

7. Bilateral Issues Separate Wire 7 (End)

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