WASHINGTON – The U.S. government welcomed signs of improvement in strained relations between Japan and South Korea as they marked the 50 anniversary of their normalization of diplomatic ties.
Washington has urged its two close security allies in East Asia, embroiled in disputes over history-related and territorial issues, to mend fences to make the region more stable.
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