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Foreign Minister Toshimitsu Motegi agreed with his New Zealand counterpart Winston Peters on Thursday to proceed with discussions on resuming travel between the two countries as the coronavirus pandemic begins to subside.

In a 15-minute telephone talk, the two “confirmed that preventing the spread of infection and achieving economic recovery are important for both countries,” according to Japan’s Foreign Ministry.

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