Prime Minister Fumio Kishida and a delegation sent by conservative South Korean President-elect Yoon Suk-yeol agreed Tuesday on the need to improve bilateral ties that have sunk to the lowest level in years over wartime issues.
During a courtesy call at the Prime Minister’s Office, Kishida underscored the urgent need to improve ties, while the visiting delegation handed him a letter from Yoon.
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