Japan Confident of China, South Korea Summit Despite TensionsBy and
Abe met Li for first time in eight months amid maritime strain
Abe underscored importance of rule of law, ministry says
Japan remains eager to host Chinese Premier Li Keqiang before the year is out, even as territorial tensions flare in the East China Sea with a pick up in military ships and planes traversing the area.
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