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  • December 06, 1979

    Cable No. 2612, Ambassador Yoshida to the Foreign Minister, 'Prime Minister's Visit to China (Courtesy Call on Premier Hua) (A)'

    Premier Hua and Prime Minister Ohira express great interest in strengthening relations between China and Japan.

  • December 06, 1979

    Cable No. 2630, Ambassador Yoshida to the Foreign Minister, 'Prime Minister's Visit to China (Ohira – Deng Meeting)'

    China and Japan discuss Taiwan and the relationship China will allow Japan and other countries to have with Taiwan.

  • December 06, 1979

    Cable No. 2629, Ambassador Yoshida to the Foreign Minister, 'Prime Minister's Visit to China (Ohira – Deng Meeting) (A)'

    China and Japan discuss the Soviet Union and the border dispute in Mongolia, and the United States working on SALT II.

  • December 06, 1979

    Cable No. 2615, Ambassador Yoshida to the Foreign Minister, 'Prime Minister's Visit to China (First Summit Meeting) (A)'

    The meeting covers topics about the foreign policy of Japan and China toward the United States, the Korean and Indochinese Peninsulas, and the Soviet Union among other locations.

  • December 07, 1979

    Cable No. 2636, Ambassador Yoshida to the Foreign Minister, 'Prime Minister's Visit to China (Second Summit Meeting, Small Group Meeting)'

    Prime Minister Ohira and Premier Hua discuss foreign policy toward Taiwan, Indochina, Vietnam and the Korean Peninsula.

  • December 07, 1979

    Cable No. 2637, Ambassador Yoshida to the Foreign Minister, 'Prime Minister's Visit to China (Ohira – Deng Meeting) (A)'

    Deng explains the "Four Modernizations," and the two sides discuss relations with Vietnam and Cambodia.

  • December 07, 1979

    Cable No. 2632, Ambassador Yoshida to the Foreign Minister, 'Prime Minister's Visit to China (Second Summit Meeting) (A)'

    Report of subjects discussed in the meeting including; Chinese and Japanese economic and cultural exchanges, Chinese modernization, development of coal, and foreign affairs toward Western countries.

  • December 08, 1979

    Cable No. 2659, Ambassador Yoshida to the Foreign Minister, 'Okita – Gu Mu Meeting (A)'

    Chinese and Japanese economic relations are discussed with specific references to the first Yen loan and the coal industry.