Japan will cohost an international conference in Yokohama next week to reconfirm an international commitment to eliminate the sexual exploitation of children, according to the Foreign Ministry.

The commitment will be part of a declaration to be drawn up at the end of the four-day Second World Congress against Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children starting Monday, a ministry official said.

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