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Korean President Moon Jae In heads to Chengdu for Pyongyang talks

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Korean President Moon Jae In heads to Chengdu for Pyongyang talksSouth Korean President Moon Jae In waves at Seoul Air Base in Seongnam, just south of Seoul, today before leaving for China to attend a trilateral summit with Chinese and Japanese leaders. South Korean President Moon Jae In headed to China today for talks with President Xi Jinping and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, seeking to strengthen partnerships on the Korea peace process and address various other issues. Moon is due in Beijing for a summit with Xi on his way to the southwestern city of Chengdu to participate in an annual trilateral summit among the three Northeast Asian...
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