TAIPEI (Kyodo) Taiwan and Japan have agreed to restart negotiations next month on joint development of fishery resources in disputed waters after nearly four years of stalled talks, the island’s semiofficial agency involved in ties with Tokyo said Tuesday.

The two sides have not settled on dates and the roster of negotiators, said Tsai Ming-yao, secretary general of the Association for East Asian Relations.

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