Nuke envoys from S. Korea, Japan hold talks on N. Korea
The nuclear envoys of South Korea and Japan met in Seoul on Thursday for discussions over the long-stalled six-party denuclearization talks.
South Korea's chief envoy Cho Tae-yong and his Japanese counterpart Ihara Junichi evaluated the recent progress made in inter-Korean relations and discussed ways to counter North Korea's nuclear ambitions.
Calling each other "very important neighbors," they agreed that the six-party talks are one of the areas in which Seoul and Tokyo must work together, and in which they have already displayed a lot of cooperation.
The six-party denuclearization talks, involving the two Koreas, China, the United States, Japan and Russia, have been dormant since December 2008.
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