Japan's Abe asks South Korea's Moon to act on row at first meeting for 15 months

Credit: Reuters- Published on December 24, 2019
Japanese Prime Minister Shinto Abe asked South Korea's president on Tuesday to take steps to resolve a bitter dispute at their first bilateral talks in 15 months, a sign that while the mood is improving, knotty problems between the U.S. allies remain.

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Published on December 24, 2019 -  01:20
Japan's Abe and South Korea's Moon pledge to mend ties
The leaders of Japan and South Korea met for the first time in more than a year on Tuesday and stressed the need to improve ties after the worst period of tension between their countries in decades. Emer McCarthy reports.

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