Beijing, Nov 26 — China and Japan agreed to launch a fast-track entry system from November 30 to ease restrictions on business travel, the Chinese Foreign Ministry confirmed on Wednesday.
According to Zhao, the agreement was reached during the Chinese State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi’s visit to Tokyo. The two ministers have announced that the two countries will ease restrictions on business travel imposed in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, added Zhao.
The agreement is an active measure to enhance personnel exchanges and accelerate the resumption of work and business operations, Zhao noted.
As the COVID-19 pandemic is still raging across the globe, the human community shares weal and woe, and the interests and security of all countries are closely linked, Wang pointed out, adding that both China and Japan, as important countries in the region and the world, as well as cooperation partners of strategic and mutual benefit, bear the responsibility to strengthen solidarity and coordination to jointly tackle the challenges.