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Japan’s top security official will make a two-day visit to Seoul for talks with South Korea’s top presidential aide for national security, both governments said Monday.

Shotaro Yachi, national security adviser to the Cabinet, is expected to explain Japan’s stance on security policy in his talks starting Tuesday with Kim Kwan-jin, chief of the National Security Office at the presidential office, Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga said in Tokyo.

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