China, Japan, S. Korea to hold high-level meeting
Updated: 2011-02-14 17:54
SEOUL - South Korea, China and Japan will hold high-level talks later this week to discuss three-way cooperation and other events, the foreign ministry here said Monday.
In the sixth meeting since the talks were launched in 2007, officials will discuss preparation for a trilateral summit and a meeting among foreign ministers from the three countries, according to the ministry.
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