• Kyodo


Japan, China and South Korea are expected to agree on cooperation in the research and development of vaccines for animal diseases at a two-day meeting of farm ministers that kicked off Saturday in Tokyo, a government source said.

In a joint statement to be compiled by the three countries, the ministers are also likely to agree to hold regular working-level meetings on infectious diseases affecting domestic animals, the source said.

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