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Senior Japanese and South Korean lawmakers met Monday to discuss the agenda and schedule for a future meeting of lawmakers’ groups from the two countries to promote bilateral ties.

Executives from the Japan-Korea Parliamentarians’ Union and a South Korean group of parliamentarians held talks at a Seoul hotel. The agenda was also expected to cover the issue of Japan’s proposal for the listing of facilities related to the Meiji Era industrial revolution as UNESCO World Heritage sites.

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