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The families of Japanese abducted by North Korean agents petitioned Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Friday to elicit U.S. President Donald Trump’s decisive commitment to achieving the “immediate and comprehensive” return of abductees during their expected summit next month, calling Pyongyang’s upcoming dialogue with world leaders a “now or never” chance to repatriate their loved ones.

Upon meeting Abe, the families urged the leader to arrange with Trump “concrete steps” toward recovering the abductees.

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