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Japan's PM not likely to attend trilateral summit due to conflict over wartime forced labor: Kyodo Updated: 2020-10-13 13:25:06 KST

According to a news report from Japan, a trilateral summit between South Korea, Japan and China is not likely to be held this year due to Japan's row with South Korea over compensation for wartime forced labor.
That summit this year is supposed to be held in Seoul.
Citing diplomatic sources, Kyodo News reported yesterday that Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga will not be attending the summit unless there's progress toward a resolution.
It added that Japan told South Korea last month that it would be impossible for Suga to go unless (quote)"proper measures" are taken.
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