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Japan, North Korea officers meet in Mongolia

Japan, North Korea officers meet in Mongolia
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June 14 (UPI) — Officers from Tokyo and Pyongyang met informally on the sidelines of the Ulaanbaatar Discussion in Mongolia, Eastern media reported, perhaps to deal with the problem of abducted Japanese electorate.

Kyodo Information suggested Thursday that Fumio Shimizu, deputy director normal on the International Ministry’s Asian and Oceanian Affairs Bureau, met this week with a North Korean respectable affiliated with the “disarmament and peace research institute” at Pyongyang’s overseas ministry.

The assembly used to be held after Kim Jong Un instructed U.S. President Donald Trump that he would really like to satisfy with Eastern Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, according to the Sankei Shimbun.

It’s uncertain when Abe could meet with Kim, but the Yomiuri Shimbun suggested this week a number of in the back of-the-scenes negotiations have taken place between Tokyo and Pyongyang.

there may be a possibility Abe could visit Pyongyang in August, or meet with Kim in September on the annual Japanese Financial Discussion Board in Vladivostok, in line with South Korean community Chosun TELEVISION.

“We Are Hoping bilateral talks will be held as a stepping stone to resolving various issues, including the problem of abductions,” Japanese Foreign Minister Taro Kono mentioned Thursday in Seoul.

In Tokyo, Abe met with households of abduction victims.

“This factor might be settled thru direct talks with Chairman Kim,” Abe told the households Thursday.

Japan is getting ready a bundle of measures that come with overlaying the fee of IAEA nuclear inspections, humanitarian assistance conditional upon resolving the kidnapping factor and economic cooperation after diplomatic normalization.

Japan believes North Korea abducted 17 people from Jap coastal spaces between 1977 and 1983. The sufferers had been abducted for a variety of purposes, together with educating Japanese to North Korean spies. North Korea had admitted to abducting 13.

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