SINGAPORE – The leaders of Japan, China and South Korea agreed Friday in Singapore that their countries should hold top-level trilateral meetings on a regular basis.
They also agreed to designate 2002 — when Japan and South Korea jointly host the soccer World Cup and Tokyo and Beijing mark 30 years of normalized ties — as a year to promote cultural and human exchanges among the three nations.
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