The visit came after Mr Zelensky had personally invited Mr Kishida to visit during a January phone call. Mr Kishida is the last G-7 leader to visit Ukraine.
Prime Minister Fumio Kishida’s trip to Kyiv on Tuesday for talks with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy was unprecedented. No other Japanese prime minister in the postwar…
Japan is the only G7 country whose leader has not yet met Zelenskyy in person.
Xi’s visit to Moscow this week has sparked concerns that he might promote a ceasefire that the United States says will benefit Russia by allowing it to consolidate its grip on…
Russia reiterated its commitment to restarting peace talks as early as possible and China expressed its appreciation for that, according to the joint statement.
The country needs to learn from the horrible experience of Afghanistan to avoid becoming a long-term disaster, says the writer.
Qin reiterated China's objective and fair position on the issue, saying Beijing will continue to play a constructive role in easing tensions.
The proposal was made after receiving complaints about tourists from the two countries misusing their visas to find employment in the country.
The Prime Minister is considering the visit but the prior parliamentary procedure has made it difficult to make a surprise visit citing safety reasons.
Chants denouncing Russia rung around the square near Russian embassy, as Ukraine supporters and anti-war demonstrators gathered.