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Japan to propose Abe-Kim summit to North Korea next week

In a dispatch on Wednesday evening, Kyodo News reported that according to Japanese government sources, the GOJ plans to reach out to North Korean officials on the sidelines of a Northeast Asian security conference to be held June 5-6 in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, to propose a summit between Prime Minister Abe and DPRK leader Kim Jong Un. The sources reportedly said Japan is expected to send a senior official of MOFA’s Asian and Oceanian Affairs Bureau to the conference, while North Korea may send a vice foreign minister.

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