NEW YORK (Kyodo) U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki Moon is expected to visit Japan at the end of June before possibly traveling to Myanmar in early July, U.N. diplomatic sources said Thursday.

During Ban’s trip to Japan, which will be his third visit to the country since taking the lead at the world body, he is expected to meet with Prime Minister Taro Aso and other Japanese leaders in Tokyo and discuss a broad range of issues, including North Korea, climate change and U.N. reform.

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