Abe will visit from October 25 to 27 and mark the 40th anniversary of the Treaty of Peace and Friendship between the two nations, said Chinese foreign ministry spokesman Lu Kang.
The visit will "elevate our bilateral ties and put bilateral cooperation back on the right track," Lu said at a regular press briefing.
He added that the two sides will work to "jointly uphold multilateralism and the free trade system".
Lu said there a reception was planned to celebrate the Sino-Japanese friendship treaty, which was signed on October 23, 1978.
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