Joint General Meeting of the Japan-Korea and Korea-Japan Cooperation Committees: Prime Minister Abe Shinzo said, " Especially in light of the situation in East Asia, that there is close cooperation between Japan and the Republic of Korea (ROK), who are both allies of the United States, as well as close cooperation between Japan, the ROK, and the United States. Japan will continue to strengthen cooperation with the ROK from a broad perspective and build a multilayered and future-oriented bilateral relationship." | Discuss Japan-Japan Foreign Policy Forum
Discuss Japan > Timelines > Joint General Meeting of the Japan-Korea and Korea-Japan Cooperation Committees: Prime Minister Abe Shinzo said, “ Especially in light of the situation in East Asia, that there is close cooperation between Japan and the Republic of Korea (ROK), who are both allies of the United States, as well as close cooperation between Japan, the ROK, and the United States. Japan will continue to strengthen cooperation with the ROK from a broad perspective and build a multilayered and future-oriented bilateral relationship.”
Timelines  Nov. 15, 2013

Joint General Meeting of the Japan-Korea and Korea-Japan Cooperation Committees: Prime Minister Abe Shinzo said, “ Especially in light of the situation in East Asia, that there is close cooperation between Japan and the Republic of Korea (ROK), who are both allies of the United States, as well as close cooperation between Japan, the ROK, and the United States. Japan will continue to strengthen cooperation with the ROK from a broad perspective and build a multilayered and future-oriented bilateral relationship.”

Joint General Meeting of the Japan-Korea and Korea-Japan Cooperation Committees: Prime Minister Abe Shinzo said, “ Especially in light of the situation in East Asia, that there is close cooperation between Japan and the Republic of Korea (ROK), who are both allies of the United States, as well as close cooperation between Japan, the ROK, and the United States. Japan will continue to strengthen cooperation with the ROK from a broad perspective and build a multilayered and future-oriented bilateral relationship.”