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Kong Xuanyou He completed his diplomatic work in Tokyo in February of this year. He was planning to meet with her. Fumio Kishidoibut it was rejected.

According to TASS, citing the Kyodo news agency, Japan refused to give Chinese Ambassador Xuanyu a farewell audience with Prime Minister Kishida before returning to his former country. The reason for the refusal was Prime Minister Kishida’s busy schedule.

This never happened because Japanese heads of government always hold farewell meetings with ambassadors. This case is an exception to that tradition.

Despite this, a meeting was still held with the Chinese ambassador. The head of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan met with him Yeshimama Hayashi. However, there was no explanation in the media about such a meeting.

It was previously reported that the Federal Air Transport Agency has approved the launch of flights to eight more cities in China.

Source: Riafan

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