Ambassador to Japan Cheng Yonghua went to Fukushima to visit the condolences
Release time:2011-05-21
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On May 19, 2011, Chinese Ambassador to Japan Cheng Yonghua went to Fukushima Prefecture and met with the representative of the Governor of Fukushima Prefecture, Deputy Governor Tomosaku Matsumoto and Mayor of Fukushima City Takanori Seto respectively. He was accompanied by Wang Hua, Consul General in Niigata.

  Ambassador Cheng expressed his sincere condolences for the serious disaster caused by the "3.11" earthquake in Japan. Ambassador Cheng said that China and Japan are close neighbors and should help each other in the face of disasters. The upcoming meeting of the leaders of China, Japan and South Korea will be held in Japan, and Premier Wen Jiabao has personally decided to visit the disaster areas in Miyagi and Fukushima, which reflects the profound feelings of the Chinese government and people for the Japanese people and the great support of the Chinese side for Japan's post-disaster reconstruction. China is willing to continue to cooperate with Japan in post-disaster reconstruction and other areas.

 Vice Governor Matsumoto and Mayor Seto said that Premier Wen Jiabao's visit to Fukushima is a great encouragement to the disaster area and the people in the disaster area, and they were deeply touched and warmly welcomed. Fukushima is willing to strengthen cooperation with China to promote the post-disaster reconstruction process.

During his stay in Fukushima, Ambassador Cheng also visited the Fukushima City Shelter and the temporary housing model houses imported from China by Japanese companies.

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