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双语新闻(2015年3月19日)

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**中日举行四年来的首次高层安全会谈**

中国和日本举行了四年来的首次高层安全会谈,朝着修复双边关系又迈出了一步。由于领土争端,中日两国之间的关系受到严重损害。

中国外长助理和日本副外相星期四在东京举行了一天会谈,双方都表示希望继续改善两国关系。

日本副外相杉山晉辅说:“自去年日中首脑会晤以来,双边关系逐步取得进展,但彼此仍对对方的安全政策存在顾虑。消除顾虑的最佳途径就是进行直接对话。”

中国外长助理刘建超也强调说,中日两国互为重要邻国,而且都是地区强国,因此对话具有重要意义。

自1993年以来,中日两国定期举行包括防务官员在内的会谈,但日本2012年将双方都宣称拥有主权的一些岛屿国有化后,双边会谈被取消。

China, Japan Hold First Security Talks in Four Years

China and Japan have held high-level security talks for the first time in four years, another step toward mending ties that were severely damaged over a territorial dispute.

The deputy foreign ministers of both countries met Thursday in Tokyo for a day of talks, with both sides expressing hope for continued improvement in relations.

"Ties between Japan and China have been making a gradual advance since last year's summit meeting but there still are concerns over each other's security policy," said Japanese Deputy Foreign Minister Shinsuke Sugiyama. "The best way to dissolve concerns is to hold direct dialogue."

Chinese Assistant Foreign Minister Liu Jianchao also stressed the importance of dialogue, "as the two sides are important neighbors and regional powers."

The talks, which also included defense officials, had been held regularly since 1993 but were canceled in 2012 after Japan nationalized a group of islands claimed by both countries.

**美国第一夫人在日推广”让女孩学习”倡议**

美国第一夫人米歇尔·奥巴马继续访问日本。她在访问期间推广一项旨在帮助发展中国家的女孩们完成学业的倡议。

米歇尔星期四说,美国和日本将一道推行白宫提出的“让女孩学习”倡议。她讲话时,日本首相夫人安倍昭惠站在一旁。

这项倡议旨在帮助世界各地没有上学的6200万女孩接受教育。该倡议是奥巴马夫妇最近提出的。

美国和平队将同日本海外合作志愿者以及其他国际援助组织一道协助推行这一项目。

米歇尔星期四将会见日本首相安倍晋三。星期五启程前往旅行胜地京都之前,米歇尔计划与日本天皇及皇后会面。

In Japan, Michelle Obama Touts 'Let Girls Learn' Initiative

United States First Lady Michelle Obama is continuing her trip to Japan, where she is touting an initiative aimed at helping girls in developing countries finish their education.

Speaking alongside her Japanese counterpart, Akie Abe, on Thursday, Mrs. Obama said the U.S. and Japan would work together on the White House's Let Girls Learn initiative.

The initiative, which aims to help educate the 62 million girls globally who do not attend school, was recently unveiled by Mrs. Obama and her husband.

The U.S. Peace Corps will work alongside the Japan Overseas Cooperation Volunteers and other international aid groups to help implement the program.

The U.S. first lady also met with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Thursday. She also plans to meet with the emperor and empress of Japan before heading to the tourist hotspot, Kyoto, on Friday.

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