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South Korea Holds Bilateral Talks With China After Canceling Invite to Taiwan

By Aldgra Fredly


South Korea held strategic talks with China on Thursday to discuss their bilateral relations after Seoul rescinded its conference invitation to a Taiwanese minister last week due to “cross-strait issues.”

South Korean Vice Foreign Minister Choi Jong-kun said via Twitter that he had discussed online with his Chinese counterpart Le Yucheng the two countries’ bilateral relationship, regional stability, and peace efforts for the Korean Peninsula.

“In 2022, our two nations will celebrate 30 [years] anniversary of diplomatic normalization,” he said.


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