Japan, U.S., ROK Reaffirm Cooperation over N. Korea

By Kuromi, Shuhei; Nakagawa, Takayuki | The Daily Yomiuri (Toyko, Japan), March 27, 2014 | Go to article overview

Japan, U.S., ROK Reaffirm Cooperation over N. Korea


Kuromi, Shuhei, Nakagawa, Takayuki, The Daily Yomiuri (Toyko, Japan)


THE HAGUE--Japan, the United States and South Korea reaffirmed their cooperation in dealing with issues related to North Korea's nuclear and missile development at a trilateral summit meeting in The Hague on Tuesday night, the first face-to-face talks between Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and South Korean President Park Geun-hye.

Abe, Park and U.S. President Barack Obama also agreed it is important for China to play a role in resolving such issues.

It was the first official meeting between Abe and Park since the two countries' current administrations took the reins of government. During the 45-minute meeting, they refrained from discussing history and other pending issues between Japan and South Korea, including the issue of so-called comfort women.

At the opening of the talks, Abe said to Park in Korean, "I'm glad to see you."

During the meeting, Abe said, "It is extremely important to confirm close cooperation among Japan, the United States and the Republic of Korea on the issue of North Korea."

He also told Park and Obama that Japan and North Korea will resume intergovernmental talks attended by director general-level officials on Sunday. He sought cooperation from Obama and Park not only regarding nuclear and missile development but also on humanitarian concerns such as Pyongyang's abduction of Japanese nationals.

Obama said: "Our trilateral cooperation has sent a strong signal to Pyongyang that its provocations and threats will be met with a unified response and that the U. …

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