The foreign ministers of Japan, China and South Korea will hold a one-day meeting Monday in Shanghai with trilateral coordination on addressing North Korea’s nuclear ambitions topping the agenda.

They are also expected to discuss climate change, energy efficiency and other matters. Japan’s proposal for the creation of an East Asian community akin to the European Union may also be taken up, according to Japanese officials.

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