China, Japan agree to keep momentum alive for better ties

March 20, 2015 1:27 AM

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China, Japan agree to keep momentum alive for better ties

TOKYO (Reuters) - China and Japan held their first security talks in four years on Thursday and agreed to keep alive and foster a nascent recovery in bilateral ties plagued by the legacy of Japan's wartime aggression and a territorial dispute.

The world's second- and third-largest economies, however, failed to set a timetable for the implementation of a scheme designed to ensure real-time communication between their armed forces.

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