China, Japan and South Korea hold back top

China, Japan and South Korea hold back top

World October 26, 2015 15:12

- China, Japan and South Korea love for the first time in three years a summit. That Chinese Premier Li Keqiang announced Monday. The three countries will meet in the South Korean capital Seoul, presumably early November.

Li travels at least late October to South Korea, where he met with 31 his host President Park Geun-hye. When Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe just sit down, is not communicated. Park said that the meeting of the three leaders in particular must improve relations with Tokyo and thus political stability in Asia.

The relationship between the three Asian countries is an extremely fragile since the Second World War. In the eyes of Beijing Seoul and Tokyo still refuses to put on sackcloth.

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