Japan has urged North Korea to continue its investigation into the fates of Japanese citizens abducted by agents from the reclusive country after Pyongyang conveyed to Tokyo that its probe into the issue found no new information on the missing, sources familiar with bilateral relations said Saturday.
If North Korea accepts Japan’s request, Tokyo will consider holding off on tightening sanctions for the time being, the sources said.
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