North Korea should make a complete, clear declaration of all its nuclear programs, as promised in the six-party negotiations, the foreign ministers of Japan and South Korea said Friday in Tokyo.

Foreign Minister Masahiko Komura and his South Korean counterpart, Yu Myung Hwan, told reporters at a government reception house that they agreed their countries will work closely to peacefully resolve the North’s nuclear threat as well as Pyongyang’s abduction of Japanese nationals by its agents.

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