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US seeks Japan, S.Korea meeting to improve ties

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The United States is trying to arrange three-way talks with the foreign ministers of Japan and South Korea to boost cooperation after strife between the two US allies, an official said Thursday. 

The US is trying to arrange three-way talks with the foreign ministers of Japan and South Korea and US Secretary of State John Kerry, pictured June 20, 2013.

The meeting, which would be the first between the current Japanese and South Korean foreign ministers, would take place with Secretary of State John Kerry during a July 1-2 regional conference in Brunei, a US official told AFP.

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