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By Brahma Chellaney
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Satoru Satoh
Japan declared an end Tuesday to a dispute with China over a high-seas collision last month and the two countries agreed to resume exchanges and projects that had been stopped because of the incident.
Japan declared an end Tuesday to a dispute with China over a high-seas collision last month, and the two countries agreed to resume exchanges and projects that had been stopped because of the incident.
Mr. Satoh said Japan sees no need to ask a third party or the United Nations International Court of Justice to mediate the territorial dispute.
But then they walked out of the working dinner at the same time and "happened to meet in the corridor," said Satoru Satoh, the Japanese Foreign Ministry press secretary.