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Prime Minister Taro Aso and U.S. President Barack Obama agreed Thursday morning to make arrangements through diplomatic channels to hold a summit soon, Foreign Ministry officials said.

In a 10-minute telephone call, Aso and Obama agreed to coordinate closely in tackling the U.S.-triggered global financial crisis and North Korea-related issues, including the abductions, the officials said.

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