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Japan Suga: Japan, South Korea ties will return to health if Seoul keeps its promises

Reuters Wednesday, 18 December 2019
Japan's top government spokesman said on Wednesday that relations with South Korea were in a "severe situation in various areas" but would return to healthy ties if Seoul kept its promises.
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