Moon to leave for China for annual trilateral summit with regional players

Moon to leave for China for annual trilateral summit with regional players


prism and Jane will travel to China for
an annual trilateral summit set for Christmas Eve and there’s a pile of
pending diplomatic issues and during the sessions my lateral talks with the
leaders of Beijing and Tokyo are also being arranged
Shin Semin provides a glimpse of what to expect South Korea’s top office has
confirmed that president moon jae-in is slated to embark for China this month
for both three-way and possible bilateral summit meetings with regional
players the South Korean leader will be heading to China’s Chengdu of shit Swan
province for an annual trilateral summit meeting on Christmas Eve against the
backdrop of the South Korea China Japan summit meeting next week president moon
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will discuss
substantive tripartite cooperation as well as global affairs in Northeast Asia
the agenda will most likely include regional security issues the Korean
peace process and the recent provocations by North Korea an official
at the presidential office also confirmed consultations are underway
regarding possible separate bilateral summits on the sidelines with Chinese
President Xi Jinping and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo obby if the summits take
place the 101 between Seoul and Japan would come amid tensions the started
escalating last year one South Korea’s top court ordered Japanese firms to
compensate victims of Japan’s wartime forced labor Tokyo retaliated the
court’s decision by triggering a trade spat with Seoul which eventually led to
the virtual termination of a security pact now temporarily extended between
the two neighboring countries moon and eBay met briefly on the sidelines of the
ASEAN summit in Bangkok last month with the two leaders exchanging hopes for
agreeing on practical measures to improve bilateral relations and the
meeting with Chinese President Xi would offer the chance for president boon to
discuss ways to regain denuclearization momentum for the Korean Peninsula
amid the colossal clash between Washington and Beijing over trade issues
marking the 20th anniversary of corporation between three regional
players the presidential office hoped the three-way summit turns results that
would benefit all parties Shin Semin Arirang news

4 Comments on "Moon to leave for China for annual trilateral summit with regional players"


  1. Go go Go our brothers in arms South Koreans for peace n prosperity on the South East Asian n Korean Peninsula k! From your Filipino brother nation! K

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  2. Asia needs to be united on all fronts. Everyone needs to work out their differences and aim for working together, helping each other, for peace & security & prosperity. Asia is stronger as one, not when divided. Let’s all swallow our pride and forgive. Then try to be better neighbors to each other. It’s the only way.

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