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April 7, 2000 | From Times Wire Reports
Japan and North Korea reported no progress today after their first round of talks in eight years aimed at establishing diplomatic relations, but the two sides agreed to meet again in Tokyo next month. After three days of talks in North Korea, the top negotiators for both nations said they had "reconfirmed the need to continue talks on normalizing ties."
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April 7, 2000 | From Times Wire Reports
Japan and North Korea reported no progress today after their first round of talks in eight years aimed at establishing diplomatic relations, but the two sides agreed to meet again in Tokyo next month. After three days of talks in North Korea, the top negotiators for both nations said they had "reconfirmed the need to continue talks on normalizing ties."
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September 28, 1990 | SAM JAMESON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In what appears to be a major change in policy, North Korea on Thursday proposed opening talks with Japan in early November to establish full diplomatic relations. Prime Minister Toshiki Kaifu welcomed the move and said Japan will consult closely with South Korea, where an explosion of anger against Tokyo erupted immediately.
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November 13, 1990
North Korea and Japan are to hold a second round of preliminary talks Saturday aimed at ultimately establishing diplomatic relations between them. The discussions, which occur against a backdrop of political change throughout Northeast Asia, will take place in the Chinese capital, where both countries have embassies. An earlier round of talks in Beijing had left unsettled key questions of where, when and at what level formal talks on diplomatic ties should begin.
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November 13, 1990
North Korea and Japan are to hold a second round of preliminary talks Saturday aimed at ultimately establishing diplomatic relations between them. The discussions, which occur against a backdrop of political change throughout Northeast Asia, will take place in the Chinese capital, where both countries have embassies. An earlier round of talks in Beijing had left unsettled key questions of where, when and at what level formal talks on diplomatic ties should begin.
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September 28, 1990 | SAM JAMESON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In what appears to be a major change in policy, North Korea on Thursday proposed opening talks with Japan in early November to establish full diplomatic relations. Prime Minister Toshiki Kaifu welcomed the move and said Japan will consult closely with South Korea, where an explosion of anger against Tokyo erupted immediately.
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