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Abe mourns ex-Taiwan President Lee, says he fostered ties with Japan

WorldNews Friday, 31 July 2020
Abe mourns ex-Taiwan President Lee, says he fostered ties with JapanPrime Minister Shinzo Abe on Friday mourned former Taiwan President Lee Teng-hui who died the previous day at 97, praising him for fostering relations with Japan. "President Lee Teng-hui made great contributions to enhancing friendly ties between Japan and Taiwan," Abe told reporters at the prime minister's office. The frontpages of Taiwan's major newspapers on July 31, 2020, and...
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