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Prime Minister Yoshiro Mori and U.S. President Bill Clinton on Thursday said they will continue cooperating with South Korea in attempting to establish closer ties between the three nations and North Korea, Japanese officials said.

Meeting on the sidelines of an Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation forum summit, Mori and Clinton unsurprisingly reconfirmed that the three countries should share information and take a common approach toward handling Pyongyang, the official said.

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