Japan foreign minister says Beijing, Tokyo should co-operate more to denuclearize North Korea
Sunday, 15 April 2018
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japanese Foreign Affairs Minister Taro Kono said on Sunday that Tokyo and Beijing needed to work more closely together to denuclearize North Korea, in comments made during a meeting with his Chinese counterpart, Wang Yi.
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On Sunday, Japanese Foreign Affairs Minister Taro Kono said that Tokyo and Beijing needed to work more closely together to denuclearize North Korea, in comments made during a meeting with his Chinese counterpart, Wang Yi. Wang’s arrival in Tokyo comes ahead of a summit between the two Koreas this... ▶ Beijing, Tokyo to Co-Operate More to Denuclearize North Korea 00:34
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