Japan, South Korea agree to maintain 'maximum pressure' on North Korea: minister
Monday, 12 March 2018 TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan and South Korea agreed on Monday that maximum pressure must be maintained on North Korea until it takes concrete action toward addressing concerns about its nuclear weapon and missile programs, Japan's foreign minister said.
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