Japan-China-South Korea Summit Meeting and Japan-South Korea Summit Meeting Japan-Korea Relations Improve on December 24 4:58

Prime Minister Abe, who is visiting China, attended a summit meeting with Prime Minister Li Keqiang and South Korean President Moon Jae-in on March 24, and took three measures to resolve the denuclearization and abductions of the Korean Peninsula. I want to check the cooperation between countries. In a subsequent summit meeting with President Moon, the Korean government will renew the issue of "recruitment" to indicate a solution on the responsibility of the Korean government.

Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has visited China 23 days night, carried out during the day summit meeting with Xi Jinping Jintao in Beijing, will continue to strive to be a visit to Japan as a state guest by 習主 seat of next spring with the smooth and meaningful things Agreed.

He also acknowledged the importance of working together to completely denuclearize the Korean Peninsula over the situation in North Korea and the full implementation of UN Security Council resolutions.

Prime Minister Abe will attend a summit meeting with Chinese Prime Minister Li Keqiang and South Korean President Moon Jane in Chengdu, Sichuan Province on the morning of Japan time.

The summit meeting of the three countries, China, Korea and South Korea, has been held in Tokyo last May for the first time in about one year and seven months.

Prime Minister Abe exchanged views on North Korea's growing provocative attitude ahead of the end of the year, which is the deadline for denuclearization negotiations with the United States, to resolve the issue of denuclearization and abductions on the Korean Peninsula. The three leaders will jointly announce the results after the end, with the aim of confirming the cooperation between the three countries.

After that, Prime Minister Abe has decided to hold a summit meeting with South Korean President Moon Jane for the first time in about a year and three months since last September.

Prime Minister Abe has a policy of urging the South Korean government to show a solution to the problem of "recruitment" that has led to the deterioration of the relationship.