Japan and South Korea will hold two days of fisheries talks beginning today in Tokyo to discuss fishing conditions in each other’s exclusive economic zones next year, the Japanese Fisheries Agency said Tuesday.

Fishing for saury by South Korean boats in waters around the Russian-held islands claimed by Japan is part of the agenda for the talks, agency officials said.

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