Top diplomats from South Korea, China, and Japan will hold talks in Busan, South Korea, this weekend. The meeting will focus on preparations for the resumption of the trilateral summit. This was reported by Yonhap.
Foreign Minister Park Jin will meet with Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi and Japanese Foreign Minister Yoko Kamikawa on Sunday for extensive discussions on ways to strengthen trilateral cooperation and other regional and global issues, the Seoul Foreign Ministry said.
On Sunday, Park will hold separate bilateral talks with Wang and Kamikawa, respectively, before inviting the two ministers to a lunch meeting. The trilateral talks will take place in the afternoon.
"The ministerial talks raise the prospect of resuming a trilateral summit of the leaders of the three northeast Asian neighbors after a nearly four-year break," the publication writes.