S. Korean, Japanese leaders to satisfy once more to enhance ties
SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — The leaders of South Korea and Japan are to satisfy Sunday for his or her second summit in lower than two months, as they push to fix long-running historic grievances and increase ties within the face of North Korea’s nuclear program and different regional challenges. Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida arrived in South Korea on Sunday for a two-day go to, which reciprocates a mid-March journey to Tokyo by South Korean President Yoon Suk Yeol. It was the primary trade of visits between the leaders of the Asian neighbors in 12 years. Forward of his summit with Yoon, Kishida and his spouse, Yuko Kishida, visited the nationwide cemetery in Seoul, the place they burned incense and paid a silent tribute earlier than a memorial.