Japanese media reports Moon-Abe summit unlikely in November, despite Moon’s letter to Abe

Japanese media reports Moon-Abe summit unlikely in November, despite Moon’s letter to Abe


a Japanese media outlet has reported
that Tokyo is unlikely to hold a summit between president moon jae-in and
japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe a next month despite of friendly letters sent
by the Korean president to obey expressing the need for such talks
yomiuri shimbun wrote on Wednesday that when the Japanese PM had received the
letter he requests a South Korea to create an opportunity to improve
relations the paper also cited a high-ranking official as saying that the
ball is now in Seoul’s Court moon had previously sent a letter to Abba via
Korean Prime Minister ena Young who visited Japan this month for the
enthronement ceremony of emperor Naruhito

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  • I guess king Moon’s grandiose letter landed in the proper filing cabinet.
    It was probably too hard for toilet paper but it was still useful to line a birdcage in a pet shop.

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