The seventh Korea-Japan summit will be held in Japan next week
South Korean President Moon Jae will travel to Tokyo for a trilateral meeting with leaders of Japan and China.

South Korean spokesman Kim Eiyue Kyum said the president would meet with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and Chinese Premier Li Keqiang.

President Moon will arrive in Japan on May 9 to attend the 7th Korea-Japan-China Summit, where President Moon Jae will be announced. The outcome of the inter-Korean summit on April 27, and to provide consultation on how to enhance cooperation between the three countries in the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula and the establishment of peace on the Korean Peninsula.

This will be Mon Jai's first visit to Japan since he took office a year ago. He will also be the first Korean president to visit Japan in more than six years.

The last trilateral summit of China-Japan-Korea was held in Seoul in November 2015. On the sidelines of the next tripartite summit, the South Korean President is expected to meet separately with the Prime Minister of the host country

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