Japan-Australia Foreign Ministers' Meeting Confirmed Close Cooperation with North Korea to Completely Denuclearization September 25, 9:07
Foreign Minister Mogi visiting New York met with Australia's Foreign Minister Payne and said that the implementation of the UN Security Council resolution is important for the complete denuclearization of North Korea. We confirmed that we would cooperate with
During the meeting, Foreign Minister Mogi stated that “Japan and Australia's cooperation is becoming increasingly important in the face of difficulties in the local security environment and the liberal system,” Minister Paine also said, “I want to work closely.” I responded.
On top of that, the two foreign ministers are working closely together on measures against the so-called “settlement” in which North Korea transships goods at sea, assuming that the implementation of the UN Security Council resolution is important for the complete denuclearization of North Korea. I confirmed to go.
In addition, Minister Mogi asked for understanding and cooperation for the early resolution of the abduction issue, and expressed his idea to support Foreign Minister Payne.
Prior to the meeting, Minister Mogi talked with Japanese staff working at the United Nations headquarters and related organizations and said, “I want to further strengthen the cooperation between the United Nations and Japan. Said.