UN: Japanese PM Abe open to meeting with Kim Jong-un

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said he is «ready to break the shell of mutual distrust with North Korea» and meet face to face with the country's leader Kim Jong-un while speaking at the United Nations General Assembly in New York City on Tuesday. «Japan's policy of seeking to settle the unfortunate past and normalise its relations with North Korea once the abductions, nuclear, and missile... Еще issues are resolved will not change,» Abe stated. The Prime Minister emphasised the need for a peace treaty between Japan and Russia. He added «once a Japan-Russia Peace Treaty comes into existence, the peace and prosperity of the East Asia will attain a more certain cornerstone.» Abe also pointed out that he will visit China next month, «thereby adding to our bilateral relations and to the entire region another definitive axle for stability.»

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