Trilateral foreign ministers’ meeting held online

Foreign ministers of China, Japan, and the Republic of Korea (ROK) have been holding a video conference with cooperation being the keyword in their trilateral meeting. This comes when all three countries are battling COVID-19.
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi said the three nations have so far demonstrated friendship and mutual support in the fight against the disease.

Japan and the ROK helped China in the early stages of its outbreak, and now China is providing its support and assistance to both neighbors.

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