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Japan foreign minister says Beijing, Tokyo should co-operate more to denuclearise N.Korea

By Reuters
15 April 2018   |   4:30 pm
Japanese Foreign Affairs Minister Taro Kono said on Sunday (April 15) that Tokyo and Beijing needed to work more closely together to denuclearise North Korea, after a meeting with his Chinese counterpart, Wang Yi.

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