South Korean President Moon Jae-in will this afternoon take part in the ASEAN-plus-3 Summit which brings together the 10 Southeast Asian nations as well as South Korea, China and Japan.
The leaders will evaluate their contributions so far and discuss the direction of future cooperation as well as regional and global affairs.
It will be the first time that President Moon will officially meet, albeit virtually, with Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga since he took office.
That’ll be followed by the East Asian Summit in the evening involving 18 countries,. including the U.S., Russia, Australia, India and New Zealand.
There, President Moon is expected to highlight efforts to achieve denuclearization and peace on the Korean Peninsula.

Reporter : kimmj@arirang.com

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