WASHINGTON (Kyodo) Senior officials from Japan, the United States and China are looking to hold their first trilateral policy dialogue in Washington around July to discuss issues of common interest, sources close to Japanese-U.S. relations said Friday.

The new dialogue framework, which the three intend to regularize, could develop into a pivotal multilateral forum in East Asia in the future.

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