The 2nd "Belt and Road" International Cooperation Summit will be held in Beijing. Recently, many countries have been paying more and more attention to the “Belt and Road”. On April 14, at the fifth China-Japan high-level economic dialogue, the Japanese side indicated that it would send a high-level delegation to China to participate in the second "One Belt, One Road" international cooperation summit forum held in China, and is committed to expanding relevant cooperation.
Japan’s position on the “Belt and Road” is an important indicator of Sino-Japanese relations. Fortunately, Japan’s attitude towards the “Belt and Road” has shifted from the initial serious doubts and concerns to the current relatively objective and positive. In May 2017, the second leader of the Japanese Liberal Democratic Party, Jun Bo, led a delegation to attend the first “Belt and Road” international cooperation summit forum and expressed his expectation that the “Belt and Road Initiative” initiative will achieve greater development. Since then, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has repeatedly stated that he "expects that the "One Belt, One Road" will make positive contributions to the prosperity and stability of the region and the world." During Premier Li Keqiang’s visit to Japan in May 2018, the two sides agreed to set up a “Belt and Road” official-civilian agreement. In October 2018, during Abe’s visit to China, the “Belt and Road” was a potential concept. Japan is willing to strengthen cooperation with China in a wide range of fields, including jointly exploring third-party markets. LED Bluetooth music ceiling light
The “Belt and Road” has warmed up in Sino-Japanese exchanges, and Japanese companies have already tasted the “sweetness” of the “Belt and Road”. The convenience brought by interconnection has enabled more and more Japanese companies to "join" the China-European class. The efficiency gains brought by the Central European trains to Japanese companies are obvious to all - the sea-land transport from Tokyo, Japan to Duisburg, Germany, the transportation cycle has been shortened from the previous 40 days to 28 days; from Yokohama to Duisburg only 22 days , saving about 15 days compared to traditional shipping time.
The “Belt and Road” has warmed up in Sino-Japanese exchanges, and the two countries have jointly established the “Belt and Road” to find an important entry point – third-party market cooperation. Western media has repeatedly speculated that China and Japan are fiercely competing around infrastructure projects in Southeast Asian countries such as Thailand. In fact, the cooperation between Chinese and Japanese companies in the Eastern European Economic Corridor (EEC) project has made progress. For China and Japan, deepening third-party market cooperation can effectively combine each other's strengths, learn from each other's strengths, and work together to avoid vicious competition. During Abe's visit to China in 2018, the first Sino-Japanese third-party market cooperation forum was one of the important supporting activities.
The “Belt and Road” has warmed up in Sino-Japanese exchanges and benefited from the continuous improvement and development of relations between the two countries. In recent years, Sino-Japanese relations have warmed up. This year marks the 70th anniversary of the founding of New China. Japan is also about to enter the "order and era". The relationship between the two countries stands at a new historical starting point and faces a historic opportunity to develop to a higher stage. Faced with a major change in the past 100 years, the importance and necessity of strengthening coordination and cooperation between China and Japan have been continuously enhanced. As the world's two important economies, China and Japan jointly built