South Korean President Yoon Suk Yeol and Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida agreed to strengthen their bilateral ties during their meeting in Seoul on Sunday.
The leaders affirmed that unresolved historical disputes should not hinder the deepening of their relationship.
And they expressed their commitment to better cooperation to tackle international and regional issues, such as the threats from North Korea and competition from China.
The United States has welcomed this commitment as it will contribute to world peace and prosperity.
Yoon welcomed Kishida's visit, the first by a Japanese leader to Seoul in 12 years, after his own visit to Tokyo in March.
Their discussions aim to close the chapter on the historical disputes that have dominated the relationship between the two countries for decades.
The leaders emphasized that cooperation and coordination are essential not only for the two countries but also for global peace and prosperity, especially in the face of the current severe international situation.
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