Chinese President Xi Jinping attends an event commemorating the 200th birth anniversary of the founding father of communism Karl Marx at the Great Hall of the People, in Beijing, China May 4, 2018. REUTERS/Jason Lee
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No areas will be off limits in talks next week when Chinese Premier Li Keqiang visits Japan, but North Korea is not going to be a focus, a senior Chinese diplomat said on Friday.Chinese Vice Foreign Minister Kong Xuanyou said Li's trip to Japan, the first by a Chinese premier in eight years, represented a "rare development opportunity", though he admitted challenges remain.Bracketing the summit, Li will make a state visit to Japan from May 8 to 11, when he will meet Emperor Akihito, Japan has said.Li will travel to Indonesia before going to Japan.
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