A senior member of Japan’s foremost ruling Liberal Democratic Get together says senior officers of a South Korean parliamentarians’ group will go to Japan subsequent month.
Kawamura Takeo, a former chief cupboard secretary and a senior official of a Japan-South Korea parliamentarians’ union, made the feedback at Narita Airport after getting back from a three-day journey to the South on Monday.
Kawamura met in Seoul with Kim Jin-pyo, who lately grew to become the brand new head of an identical union on the South Korean facet, and Lee Nak-yon, chief of the ruling Democratic Get together and a former prime minister.
Kawamura mentioned senior officers of the South Korean parliamentarians’ union, together with Kim, will go to Japan from November 12 to 14.
Kawamura mentioned officers on each side are involved in regards to the present state of bilateral ties, and agreed that efforts are wanted to enhance relations. He additionally mentioned the governments ought to maintain talks in a constructive method.