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Foreign ministers of U.S., Japan, South Korea affirm cooperation on North Korea 

All national dailies wrote that Secretary of State Blinken, Foreign Minister Motegi, and South Korean Foreign Minister Chung Eui-yong held a trilateral meeting in New York on Wednesday. The papers wrote that the three officials agreed that their nations will step up cooperation to enhance deterrence against North Korea’s missile launches. The papers also wrote that Motegi reportedly told his U.S. and ROK counterparts that North Korea’s nuclear and missile activities, including the recent ballistic missile launches, pose a threat to Japan, the region, and the international community. According to Yomiuri and Sankei, Motegi requested the cooperation of the United States and South Korea in Japan’s efforts to resolve the issue of North Korea’s abduction of Japanese nationals.  

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