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Trilateral summit unaffected by Park's scandal, says Japan

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Japan's plan to hold a trilateral summit between leaders of Japan, and before the end of this year has not changed after South Korean President Park Geun-hye expressed her willingness to step down before her term ends, officials said.

Japan's Deputy Chief Cabinet Secretary Kotaro Nogami told a press conference after Park's announcement that there has been "no particular change" to the government's efforts to arrange the trilateral talks before the end of the year, Xinhua news agency reported.

Foreign Minister Fumio Kishida said will hold the trilateral summit before the end of the year as "the Japan-South Korea-summit is an extremely important framework for dialogue".

has been trying to bring forth the annual trilateral summit in December, but whether the scandal-hit South Korean President could attend the meeting was questionable.

Park, who has been embattled by a corruption and influence-peddling scandal since late October, said on Tuesday in a nationally televised address that she would entrust the parliament with the task of making decisions on her presidency.

Her statement came ahead of a scheduled parliamentary vote on a bill to impeach the president between December 2-9.

China, and have been taking turns to host trilateral summits since 2008, except for a three-and-half-year suspension since May 2012 due to heightened regional tensions.

--IANS

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Trilateral summit unaffected by Park's scandal, says Japan

Japan's plan to hold a trilateral summit between leaders of Japan, China and South Korea before the end of this year has not changed after South Korean President Park Geun-hye expressed her willingness to step down before her term ends, officials said.

Japan's plan to hold a trilateral summit between leaders of Japan, and before the end of this year has not changed after South Korean President Park Geun-hye expressed her willingness to step down before her term ends, officials said.

Japan's Deputy Chief Cabinet Secretary Kotaro Nogami told a press conference after Park's announcement that there has been "no particular change" to the government's efforts to arrange the trilateral talks before the end of the year, Xinhua news agency reported.

Foreign Minister Fumio Kishida said will hold the trilateral summit before the end of the year as "the Japan-South Korea-summit is an extremely important framework for dialogue".

has been trying to bring forth the annual trilateral summit in December, but whether the scandal-hit South Korean President could attend the meeting was questionable.

Park, who has been embattled by a corruption and influence-peddling scandal since late October, said on Tuesday in a nationally televised address that she would entrust the parliament with the task of making decisions on her presidency.

Her statement came ahead of a scheduled parliamentary vote on a bill to impeach the president between December 2-9.

China, and have been taking turns to host trilateral summits since 2008, except for a three-and-half-year suspension since May 2012 due to heightened regional tensions.

--IANS

vgu/

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Trilateral summit unaffected by Park's scandal, says Japan

Japan's plan to hold a trilateral summit between leaders of Japan, and before the end of this year has not changed after South Korean President Park Geun-hye expressed her willingness to step down before her term ends, officials said.

Japan's Deputy Chief Cabinet Secretary Kotaro Nogami told a press conference after Park's announcement that there has been "no particular change" to the government's efforts to arrange the trilateral talks before the end of the year, Xinhua news agency reported.

Foreign Minister Fumio Kishida said will hold the trilateral summit before the end of the year as "the Japan-South Korea-summit is an extremely important framework for dialogue".

has been trying to bring forth the annual trilateral summit in December, but whether the scandal-hit South Korean President could attend the meeting was questionable.

Park, who has been embattled by a corruption and influence-peddling scandal since late October, said on Tuesday in a nationally televised address that she would entrust the parliament with the task of making decisions on her presidency.

Her statement came ahead of a scheduled parliamentary vote on a bill to impeach the president between December 2-9.

China, and have been taking turns to host trilateral summits since 2008, except for a three-and-half-year suspension since May 2012 due to heightened regional tensions.

--IANS

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(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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