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China, Japan and ROK sign co-op document on water challenges

03-14-2012 16:17 BJT

Han Man-Hee (1st R, Front), Vice Minister of Land, Transport and Maritime Affairs of the
Republic of Korea (ROK), China's Minister of Water Resources Chen Lei (2nd R, Front) and
Okuda Ken (2nd L, Front), Senior Vice Minister of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and
Tourism of Japan, attend the signing of a cooperation document on the sidelines of the
Six World Water Forum in Marseille, France, on March 13, 2012. China, Japan and ROK inked
the Memorandum of Cooperation on the Mechanism of Ministerial Meeting to boost trilateral
cooperation on water challenges here on Tuesday. (Xinhua/Xu Liang)

China's Minister of Water Resources Chen Lei (C), Han Man-Hee (R), Vice Minister of Land,
Transport and Maritime Affairs of the Republic of Korea (ROK), and Okuda Ken, Senior Vice
Minister of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism of Japan, shake hands after the
signing of a cooperation document on the sidelines of the Six World Water Forum in
Marseille, France, on March 13, 2012. China, Japan and ROK inked the Memorandum of
Cooperation on the Mechanism of Ministerial Meeting to boost trilateral cooperation on
water challenges here on Tuesday. (Xinhua/Xu Liang)

Editor:Wang Lingfei |Source: Xinhua

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