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ROK lawmakers to visit Japan to help mend strained bilateral ties

TBS reported on Monday evening that a nine-member supra-partisan delegation of the ROK National Assembly is due to visit Japan from May 19 to 22 for meetings with senior LDP officials to discuss ways to improve the strained Japan-ROK relationship. The group is led by ruling party lawmaker Park Byeong-seog, who chairs the ROK parliament’s “forum for the Korean Peninsula’s peace and prosperity.” This forum, which advocates parliamentary diplomacy with neighboring countries, was founded by Park and his colleagues last November. Japan is the first country they are visiting. The ROK lawmakers are slated to meet with former Finance Minister Nukaga, chair of the Japan-ROK parliamentary union, LDP General Council chair Kato, and other officials to discuss bilateral issues.

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