Japan’s Abe says upcoming North Korea summits could mend ties between North, Japan

SEOUL (Reuters) – Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said success at upcoming summits North Korea has planned with South Korea and the United States could also mean North Korea and Japan could normalize ties, the South’s presidential Blue House said on …
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