Japan, New Zealand pledge cooperation on halting illicit transfers by N. Korean vessels

Japan and New Zealand agreed on Monday to continue to cooperate on regional security issues, particularly through maritime surveillance of illegal North Korean ship-to-ship transfers. Foreign Minister …
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