May 20, 2019
Tokyo, May 19 (Jiji Press)--Family members of Japanese nationals who were abducted by North Korea decades ago called on Sunday for progress in bilateral negotiations to bring home their loved ones at an early date.
Tokyo, May 19 (Jiji Press)--Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe admitted Sunday that he has no prospects yet for holding a summit meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and signaled his readiness to work tenaciously to achieve such a meeting.
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