Japanese Prime Minister to send envoys to South Korea

2 Jan 2013

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe announced that he would dispatch envoys to South Korea to meet with President-elect Geun-hye Park; the meeting was to take place in Jan 2013. While the main topic of discussion was to be about disputed territory, the legacies of the 35-year occupation would also be on the agenda.

For more information:
WW2DB: Korea
Yahoo News: New Japan PM to send envoys to South Korea amid territory dispute



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