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  • July 21, 1978

    Cable No. 1371, Ambassador Sato to the Foreign Minister, 'Treaty of Peace and Friendship between Japan and China Negotiations (1st Meeting)'

    The first meeting of negotiations consisted of press photos and statements made about goals of the Treaty.

  • July 22, 1978

    Cable No. 1384, Ambassador Sato to the Foreign Minister, 'Treaty of Peace and Friendship between Japan and China Negotiations (2nd Meeting)'

    Negotiation talks include the anti-hegemony clause and the foreign relations of China and Japan.

  • July 24, 1978

    Cable No. 1396, Ambassador Sato to the Foreign Minister, 'Treaty of Peace and Friendship between Japan and China Negotiations (3rd Meeting - Part 1)'

    The delegations address diplomatic relations with the United States and the Soviet Union during negotiations.

  • July 24, 1978

    Cable No. 1398, Ambassador Sato to the Foreign Minister, 'Treaty of Peace and Friendship between Japan and China Negotiations (3rd Meeting - Part 2)'

    The delegations discuss the new draft proposed by the Japanese.

  • July 25, 1978

    Cable No. 1407, Ambassador Sato to the Foreign Minister, 'Treaty of Peace and Friendship between Japan and China Negotiations (4th Meeting)'

    The delegations discuss their feeling toward the treaty and what still needs to be discussed.

  • July 25, 1978

    Cable No. 1408, Ambassador Sato to the Foreign Minister, 'Treaty of Peace and Friendship between Japan and China Negotiations (4th Meeting)'

    Negotiation topics include hegemony and word choice.

  • July 27, 1978

    Cable No. 1433, Ambassador Sato to the Foreign Minister, 'Treaty of Peace and Friendship between Japan and China Negotiations (5th Meeting, Part I)'

    A negotiation of word usage when expressing anti-hegemony in the Treaty.

  • July 28, 1978

    Cable No. 1448, Ambassador Sato to the Foreign Minister, 'Treaty of Peace and Friendship between Japan and China Negotiations (6th Meeting)'

    The delegations debate the wording for the anti-hegemony clause.

  • July 28, 1978

    Cable No. 1434, Ambassador Sato to the Foreign Minister, 'Treaty of Peace and Friendship between Japan and China Negotiations (5th Meeting, Part II)'

    The meeting covered the work put into the Treaty over the years of its creation and diplomatic relations considerations.

  • July 31, 1978

    Cable No. 1465, Ambassador Sato to the Foreign Minister, 'Treaty of Peace and Friendship between Japan and China Negotiations (7th Meeting)'

    Provisions for the Treaty of Peace and Friendship are proposed.

  • August 01, 1978

    Cable No. 1488, Ambassador Sato to the Foreign Minister, 'Treaty of Peace and Friendship between Japan and China Negotiations (8th Meeting)'

    The Chinese and Japanese delegations discuss wording of drafts of the Treaty.

  • August 01, 1978

    Cable No. 1489, Ambassador Sato to the Foreign Minister, 'Treaty of Peace and Friendship between Japan and China Negotiations (8th Meeting)'

    Negotiations about the Chinese draft for the treaty.

  • August 01, 1978

    Cable No. 1464, Ambassador Sato to the Foreign Minister, 'Treaty of Peace and Friendship between Japan and China Negotiations (7th Meeting)'

    The delegations discuss word choice and what policy sentiments should be in the treaty.

  • August 02, 1978

    Cable No. 1502, Ambassador Sato to the Foreign Minister, 'Treaty of Peace and Friendship between Japan and China Negotiations (9th Meeting)'

    Discussion of the language around the anti-hegemony clause.

  • August 03, 1978

    Cable No. 1513, Ambassador Sato to the Foreign Minister, 'Treaty of Peace and Friendship between Japan and China Negotiations (10th Meeting)'

    The Japanese delegation does not approval of the latest Chinese proposal because of the anti-hegemony clause.

  • August 03, 1978

    Cable No. 1512, Ambassador Sato to the Foreign Minister, 'Treaty of Peace and Friendship between Japan and China Negotiations (10th Meeting)'

    Note discusses difficulties between the Japanese and the Chinese negotiating the Treaty of Peace and Friendship.

  • August 04, 1978

    Cable No. 1530, Ambassador Sato to the Foreign Minister, 'Treaty of Peace and Friendship between Japan and China Negotiations (11th Meeting)'

    The Chinese and the Japanese discuss each others draft proposals.

  • August 04, 1978

    Cable No. 1531, Ambassador Sato to the Foreign Minister, 'Treaty of Peace and Friendship between Japan and China Negotiations (11th Meeting)'

    Statement from the Ambassador to the Foreign Minister explaining the language in the Japanese draft and how it alludes to the Soviet Union.

  • August 06, 1978

    Cable No. 1550, Ambassador Sato to the Foreign Minister, 'Treaty of Peace and Friendship between Japan and China Negotiations (12th Meeting)'

    Both parties discuss the language used in a draft of the treaty.

  • August 07, 1978

    Cable No. 1569, Ambassador Sato to the Foreign Minister, 'Treaty of Peace and Friendship between Japan and China Negotiations (13th Meeting)'

    The Chinese delegation feels that the Japanese are talking and leaking information about the treaty.