Japan, China and South Korea have agreed to boost cooperation in ensuring a stable food supply after holding their first meeting of farm ministers in more than three years.
In a joint statement adopted during the two-day meeting in Tokyo that wrapped up Sunday, the three net importers of food items said: “We shared the view that sustainably increasing domestic production capacity is very important for our food security.”
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