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February 12, 1994

CABLE NO. 1460, AMBASSADOR KURIYAMA TO THE FOREIGN MINISTER, 'JAPAN-UNITED STATES SUMMIT MEETING (WORKING LUNCH, SEPARATE TELEGRAM 3: CHINA)'

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    Ambassador Kuriyama summarizes an exchange between Secretary of State Christopher and Foreign Minister Hata concerning relations with China.
    "Cable No. 1460, Ambassador Kuriyama to the Foreign Minister, 'Japan-United States Summit Meeting (Working Lunch, Separate Telegram 3: China)'," February 12, 1994, History and Public Policy Program Digital Archive, Diplomatic Archives of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan, File No. 2014-00540. Translated by Stephen Mercado. https://digitalarchive.wilsoncenter.org/document/240311
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Number: [TN: blacked out]

Primary: North American Affairs Bureau Director-General

Sent: United Nations, February 12, 1994, [TN: time blacked out]

Received: MOFA, February 13, 1994, [TN: time blacked out]

To: The Foreign Minister      

From: Ambassador Kuriyama

Japan-United States Summit Meeting (Working Lunch, Separate Telegram 3: China)

No. 1460 Secret Top Urgent

(Limited Distribution)

Outgoing Telegram No. 1457 Separate Telegram 3: China

(Christopher) [TN: part of section blacked out]

I hear that the Prime Minister will visit China in March. The United States would like to improve US-China relations, but for that it is necessary to overcome barriers [TN: rest of section blacked out]

(Foreign Minister) I have something to tell you. When I visited China recently, the Chinese side stressed that they appreciated the US-China Summit meeting in Seattle and that China, too, would like to improve US-China relations and, regarding cooperation in the Asia-Pacific region as well, would like to cooperate with the countries in it.

Passed to [Japanese embassy in] China. (End)

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