The eighth China-Japan-Korea Leaders’ Meeting was held in Chengdu, Sichuan on December 24. The meeting was chaired by Prime Minister Li Keqiang, and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and South Korean President Moon Jae-in will attend.
China’s Foreign Ministry spokesman Hua Chunying said that this year coincides with the 20th anniversary of China-Japan-ROK cooperation and that the three countries have achieved fruitful results. This meeting will focus on promoting the cooperation of the three countries in the next 10 years and promoting regional and world peace, stability and development. prosperity.
Spokesman Gao Yongting of the South Korean presidential palace said that President Moon Jae-in arrived in Sichuan on the 23rd for a two-day visit, and the three parties will exchange in-depth views on substantive cooperation programs, Northeast Asia and the international situation.
Yonhap reported on December 10 that during his visit to China, Wen Zaiyin may meet with Chinese President Xi Jinping and Abe Shinzo respectively. The relevant person in charge of Cheongwadai said in this regard that the South Korean side is coordinating with China and Japan and will release relevant information after the work with the parties is completed.