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Japan, China, ROK agree to conduct joint study on Arctic development

Nikkei wrote that during a high-level dialogue in Tokyo on Thursday, Japan, China, and South Korea agreed to conduct a joint scientific study on the development of the Arctic region, including sea routes and natural resources. The three nations plan to participate in a large-scale Arctic project to be conducted by the U.S., Russia, and several European nations in the summer of 2020 by offering research vessels and icebreakers with the hope that this will facilitate the participation of their private sectors in future economic activities in the region.

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