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The Japanese government plans to send the Foreign Ministry’s top bureaucrat to Beijing from next Monday for talks with his Chinese counterpart, in an effort to improve bilateral ties despite China’s rising assertiveness at sea, sources said Tuesday.

During the stay through Wednesday, Vice Foreign Minister Shinsuke Sugiyama is set to meet Executive Vice Foreign Minister Zhang Yesui and other senior officials of the Chinese government, the sources said.

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