BEIJING -- Chinese Premier Li Keqiang said Tuesday that he will positively consider tacking on a formal visit if a trilateral summit in Japan with South Korea materializes as proposed in the first half of the year.
Li made the revelation while mentioning improving relations with Japanat a news conference after the close of the National People's Congress session. The Chinese premier also mentioned that this year marks the 40th anniversary of the peace and friendship treaty between the two countries, and said that mutual visits by leaders would help rapprochement efforts.
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