Japanese Foreign Minister Taro Kono, right, and his Chinese counterpart Wang Yi, left, pose for a photo during their meeting in Tokyo Sunday, April 15, 2018. (Behrouz Mehri/Pool Photo via AP)
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Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi Sunday began a visit to Japan described as a major step forward in improving frosty relations, as Tokyo tries to stay involved in a flurry of international diplomacy over North Korea.Wang said his visit was China's answer to "positive" messages and policies by Japan.Japan hopes to expand its exchanges with China to stay involved as international efforts to engage with the North intensify.Kono, who visited Beijing in January, stressed that Japan and China share the same goal on North Korea.Wang, who will be in Tokyo until Tuesday, will also take part in the fourth China-Japan High-level Economic Dialogue.
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