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Japan does not believe it needs to do more to settle the issue of Korean “comfort women” over and above the deal already struck, Foreign Minister Fumio Kishida said Friday after Seoul requested additional measures to address the victims’ feelings.

“Japan believes that there is no agreement whatsoever about additional measures” in a deal struck between it and South Korea last December that settled the issue, Kishida told reporters.

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