Aug 16, 2012

Japan holds talks with North Korea this month

Japan says it will holds talks with North Korea this month. The talks will be the first in four years for the two Asian nations. The announcement Tuesday came nearly eight month after the North Korean leader Kim Jong Un took power following the death of his father Kim Jong Il. Japanese government says the talks are to be held in Beijing, China on August 29. The relationship between the two Asian neighbor has been tense. North Korea has admitted to kidnapping 13 Japanese nationals in the 1970s and 1980s. Japan suspects that North Korea is still hiding survivors. North Korea says the  issues was resolved with the release of five of the kidnapped Japanese.

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1 comment:

ジョン said...

Very nice work, as usual!

eight month
--> eight months
A typo, I'm sure.

Japanese government
--> The Japanese government

two Asian neighbor
--> two Asian neighbors

issues was resolved
--> issue was resolved