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China, Japan and South Korea agree to promote cooperative partnership

05-16-2010 08:58 BJT

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China, Japan and South Korea have agreed to make joint efforts to promote a cooperative partnership.

Foreign ministers from the 3 nations met for the 4th trilateral foreign ministers' meeting in Gyeongju, a southeast city in South Korea. They engaged in an in-depth discussion on the progress and future direction of the 3rd trilateral leaders' meeting, due later this month in South Korea.

They also exchanged views on regional and international issues of common concern, such as the current situation in Northeast Asia, East Asia cooperation, the G20, post-economic crisis and climate change. They also decided to explore new cooperation projects.

Yu Myung-Hwan, South Korean FM said, "We expressed our satisfaction about the progress achieved through trilateral cooperation, and we shared the will to further strengthen trilateral cooperation with the common understanding that it contributes, not only to the common development of the three countries, but also to regional as well as international peace, prosperity and stability."

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