Published: 17:22, April 12, 2024
China summons Japanese envoy over ‘negative moves’ at US summit
By Mo Jingxi
This file photo dated April 4, 2018 shows the entrance to the Chinese Foreign Ministry in Beijing, China. (PHOTO / XINHUA)

BEIJING - China has lodged solemn representations to Japan on Friday over its negative moves in Washington, according to the Chinese Foreign Ministry.

Liu Jinsong, director general of the Department of Asian Affairs of the Chinese Foreign Ministry, summoned Chief Minister of the Embassy of Japan in China Yokochi Akira to lodge solemn representations and express serious concerns and strong dissatisfaction over Japan's negative moves during the Japan-US summit in Washington and the trilateral summit among the United States, Japan and the Philippines.