Korea and China have agreed to strengthen cooperation and info-sharing in case of an emergency to ensure nuclear safety.
At the bilateral meeting between Korean Prime Minister Kim Hwang-sik and his Chinese counterpart, Wen Jiabao, on Wednesday the topic of nuclear safety emerged
as the two countries are closely monitoring neighboring Japan's response to its ongoing nuclear crisis.
At the meeting the two prime ministers spoke highly of the strategic partnership the two countries have developed and exchanged ideas to further promote cooperation in economy, trade and inter-Korean affairs.
Wednesday marked the second day of Prime Minister Kim's four-day visit to Beijing.