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thinks about the 69-year-old real estate tycoon’s campaign and? State Department,” Abe told Moon.But Abe also said “dialogue for dialogue’s sake would be meaningless” and he called on North Korea to demonstrate “sincere and concrete action” Hagiuda said adding that Moon shared Abe’s views Japan has been concerned that Moon will take a tough line on feuds stemming from the bitter legacy of its 1910-45 colonization of the Korean Peninsula and could fray ties at a time when cooperation on North Korea is vital Moon told Abe to “look straight at history” and not make the past “a barrier” though he raised South Korea’s dissatisfaction with a 2015 agreement meant to put to rest a dispute over Japanese compensation for South Korean women forced to work in Japanese brothels before and during World War Two Korea’s presidential office said ‘IMPROVE UNDERSTANDING’ While South Korea China and Japan all share worry about North Korea ties between South Korea and China have been strained by South Korea’s decision to install a US anti-missile system in defence against the North China says the Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) undermines its security as its powerful radar can probe deep into its territory China says the system does little to curb the threat posed by North Korea’s nuclear and missile programmes which Pyongyang has been pressing ahead with in defiance of US pressure and UN sanctions The deployment of THAAD was agreed last year by South Korea’s previous administration after North Korea conducted a long-range rocket launch that put an object into space Moon came to power with a promise to review the system and he told Xi North Korea must cease making provocations before tension over the deployment could be resolved officials said In the first direct contact between the South Korean and Chinese leaders Xi explained China’s position Yoon the South Korean presidential spokesman said without elaborating “President Moon said he understands China’s interest in the THAAD deployment and its concerns and said he hopes the two countries can swiftly get on with communication to further improve each other’s understanding” Yoon told a briefing South Korea and the United States began deploying the THAAD system in March and it has since become operational Xi told Moon South Korea and China should respect each other’s concerns set aside differences seek common ground and handle disputes appropriately China’s foreign ministry said As well as clouding efforts to rein in North Korea’s nuclear ambitions the THAAD deployment has also led to recriminations from Beijing against South Korean companies Moon explained the difficulties faced by South Korean companies that were doing business in China and asked for Xi’s “special attention” to ease those concerns Yoon said China has denied it is retaliating against South Korean businesses For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top News It was also selected at the International Film Festival ?” she says. a spokeswoman for protesters opposed to Park, became acting president when parliament voted to impeach her on Dec. As a Diwali special, With a bed themed around chess, Caribbean pepper pot (serves 5-6)Ingredientsyamyuka (tapioca)sweet potatopotatocarrotsfresh thyme (ajwain ki patti)chicken (with bone)flour dumplingscoconut milkcilantrookra (bhindi)salt.

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