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March 24, 1984

Cable from Ambassador Katori to the Foreign Minister, 'Prime Minister Visit to China (Summit Meeting)'

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Number R037379

Primary: Asia and China

Sent: China 03:12 Year Month 24

Received: MOFA 04:25 1984 March 24


To: The Foreign Minister From: Ambassador Katori


Prime Minister Visit to China (Summit Meeting)


Number 1322 Secret Top Urgent Q36RA


The following wire recounts the conversation between Prime Minister Nakasone, Cabinet Minister Abe [shintaro], and Premier Zhao Ziyang held for approximately 2 hours on the 23rd at 5:45pm in the Great Hall of the People.


(Additional Chinese individuals in attendance: Foreign Minister Wu Xueqian, Petroleum Industry Minister Tang Ke, among others)


1. Bilateral Relations (Excluding 2.). Separate Wire 1


2. Economic Cooperation, Economic Exchange. Separate Wire 2


3. Korean Peninsula Affairs. Separate Wire 3


4. Other International Affairs. Separate Wire 4 (End)

Ambassador Katori describes the outline of talks held between Prime Minister Nakasone, Cabinet Minister Abe, and Premier Zhao Ziyang.

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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.


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