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Japan뭩 domestic politics troubles international community, minister says
JANUARY 07, 2014 02:46  
On geopolitical situation in Northeast Asia, which has deteriorated due to Japanese Prime Shinzo Abe뭩 visit to Yasukuni Shrine late last year, Seoul뭩 Foreign Affairs Minister Yun Byung-se said, 밓apan`s domestic political issue has become a matter that all members of the international community are concerned about, as well as an issue in bilateral relations between Korea and Japan. Yun made the remarks upon arriving in Washington Sunday to hold meetings with U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry and other leaders.

After arriving at Dulles International Airport in Washington on the day, Yun offered flowers at the Korean War Memorial, and told reporters, 밒 will explain the Korean government뭩 stance and make efforts to increase sympathy with us when meeting with U.S. leaders.

During his three-day stay in Washington through Tuesday, Yun will meet with Kerry, Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel and Foreign Relations Committee Chairman Sen. Robert Menendez, and discuss the situation in North Korea that became unstable following the execution of Jang Song Thaek, and China뭩 declaration of the air defense identification zone, among other agendas.

Yun said, 밫he political situation and trends in Pyongyang are major concerns for Seoul and Washington, and I will discuss policy direction for North Korea affairs that will continue to remain in effect over the next several years.

Cho Tae-yong, South Korea뭩 chief nuclear negotiator who is accompanying Yun, will hold a separate meeting with Glyn Davies, the U.S. State Department뭩 chief negotiator for six-way nuclear talks.

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