SEOUL, South Korea – The foreign ministers of South Korea, China and Japan will meet this week for their first trilateral talks in three years, Seoul officials said Tuesday.
The annual talks, which began in 2007, have been suspended since they were last held in April 2012 due to territorial and history disputes among the countries. Subsequently, there have been no meetings since then of the leaders of the three countries, who were also meeting annually in a trilateral f...
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