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Japanese foreign minister eyes China visit this weekend

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FredrikToday  02:09 pm JST

Get the detained J-national freed is he is innocent of espionage.

How will we know if he is innocent, without a trial?

INNOCENT or GUILTY? in terms of what? of CCP's Anti-Spy Law? OK. Japan, it is time to pass its own anti-spy law, how come you don't have such law in the first place?? and detain all those Chinese just because they are merely SUSPICIOUS and tell CCP CHINA " You need to educate them all before enter Japan"

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FredrikToday  02:09 pm JST

Get the detained J-national freed is he is innocent of espionage.

How will we know if he is innocent, without a trial?

A trial for espionage in China is the equivalent of a trial for blasphemy in Iran. No such thing.

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Get the detained J-national freed is he is innocent of espionage.

How will we know if he is innocent, without a trial?

the first visit to the neighboring nation by a Japanese foreign minister since December 2019

I thought the foreign minister was payed to communicate with foreign countries? What has he been doing all these years?

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he will go there for-what?

let me guess result of his visit will be as same as before-none.

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Get the detained J-national freed is he is innocent of espionage. If he is guilty arrange a swap with some Chinese spy held in the Japanese prison system.

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SMART move, as Mr. David Gilmour sang "Keep Talking" and the opposite is much worse.

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Can you at least make the trip useful and bring back a panda ?

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