The tenth Korea, Japan, and China Trilateral Foreign Ministers ‘Meeting will take place in Busan on November 26, 2023. Kamikawa Yoko, the minister of foreign affairs for Japan, and Wang Yi, a member of the Communist Party of China( CPC) Central Committee’s Political Bureau, will both be present at the meeting, which will be presided over by the Korean Minister of Foreign Affairs Park Jin.
After a four-year hiatus since the ninth edition in 2019, this trilateral meeting is significant, primarily because of difficulties brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic and other factors.
The purpose of the upcoming meeting is to facilitate in-depth discussions about the future course of trilateral cooperation between the foreign ministers of China, Japan, and Korea. This covers both regional and international affairs of common interest as well as the ninth Trilateral Summit preparations.
Due to the gathering’s diplomatic nature, the three countries can exchange opinions on a variety of topics, fostering understanding and cooperation. Alongside the trilateral session, bilateral talks between Korea and China and Japan are also scheduled.
Given the significance of diplomatic ties and collaboration in East Asia, the continuation of this trilateral engagement represents a commitment to enhancing regional cooperation and resolving shared challenges.