Japan, China, South Korea agree to arrange summit at early date

  • The top diplomats of Japan, South Korea and China agreed Sunday to accelerate efforts to arrange a summit of their leaders at an early date in the nations’ first in-person foreign ministerial talks in four years in Busan, Japanese Foreign Minister Yoko Kamikawa said.
  • Kamikawa also said she agreed with South Korean Foreign Minister Park Jin and China’s top diplomat Wang Yi to promote cooperation among the three countries in six areas including public health, security and trade as they work toward the summit.
  • South Korea, the rotating chair of the trilateral framework, was seeking to host a leaders’ summit by the end of this year

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