Korean media said China, Japan and South Korea intensified coordination on denuclearization of the peninsula: close cooperation is needed.

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 Korean media said China, Japan and South Korea intensified coordination on denuclearization of the peninsula: close cooperation is needed.


Data map: This is a photo of a Korean gendarmerie (former) and the Korean peoples army officers on both sides of the military division on October 4, 2007, in the middle of the Korean Peninsula. Gong Bing, a reporter from the Xinhua News Agency The three party summit, which is to be held in Tokyo in May 9th, will be a good opportunity for Wen in Yin to strive for strong support from the panmunk declaration, the reference news network reported on May 8th. In the April 27 Korean summit, the Korean President Kim Jeong-eun and the supreme leader of North Korea agreed to complete the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula and resolve the permanent peace issue. In order to achieve the common goal of denuclearization of the DPRK, the close cooperation between the three Asian countries is essential, according to the South Korean times website in May 7th. At the same time, China can help the two Koreas formally end their confrontation and replace the armistice agreement with a peaceful treaty, the report said. This means that the Asian giant needs to take part in the upcoming peninsula peace process. In addition, Beijing can provide support for the DPRK to learn from Chinas development model and experience of reform and opening up, the report said. Reported that for Japan, Prime Minister Abe Shinzo is trying to play a role in the process of nuclear denuclearization and peace. Japan offered to invest 300 million yen (about 17 million 500 thousand yuan - Ben net note) for verification by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) on North Koreas nuclear facilities. This article source: Reference News Net editor: Huang Zhecheng _B9302