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Japan still hopes to conclude military agreements with South Korea to boost security cooperation, despite a delay apparently due to “historical sensitivities,” Foreign Minister Koichiro Genba said Friday.

Genba said the importance of bilateral security cooperation in East Asia is “increasing” and he will continue to seek the accords.

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