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Japanese Prime Minister hopes for the possibility of holding a trilateral summit with the leaders of China and South Korea

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe expressed hope for a tripartite summit with the leaders of China and South Korea, according to news agency RUSKOR with reference to The Japan News newspaper.

The foreign ministers of the three countries should negotiate as soon as possible to open the way to a tripartite summit, Abe said. The Prime Minister made a statement at a meeting of the leaders of the countries of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) with the participation of Japan, China and South Korea in the capital of Myanmar. The leaders of Japan, China and South Korea last held trilateral talks in May 2012.

South Korean President Park Geun-hye (Park Geun-hye) also expressed hope in holding a tripartite summit. A meeting of the foreign ministers of the three countries is expected this year, sources familiar with the situation said.

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