BEIJING (Kyodo) The environment ministers of China, Japan and South Korea have agreed to continue joint research and cooperation to curb the region’s sandstorms and air pollution, a Japanese government official said.

The agreement came Sunday at the 11th tripartite talks on the environment in Beijing, involving China’s Zhou Shengxian, Japan’s Tetsuo Saito and South Korea’s Lee Maa Nee.

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