U.S. President Bill Clinton is considering visiting China in June and may come to Japan on his way home, former U.S. President Jimmy Carter said March 12 in Tokyo.

“I have been informed that President Clinton is contemplating a return visit (to China), perhaps in June,” Carter told the committee for foreign policy and defense affairs in the House of Councilors. Carter, who came to Japan to attend the Common Agenda Open Forum, said that further improvement will be seen in the relationship between China and the United States when Clinton visits Beijing.

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