China, Japan, and South Korea are forging ahead with plans to enhance collaboration in advanced technology sectors such as big data, blockchain, and artificial intelligence (AI).
During the 10th China-Japan-ROK Foreign Ministers’ Meeting held in Busan, South Korea, the three nations reaffirmed their commitment to regional development and multilateral cooperation.
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi called on China, Japan and South Korea to jointly strengthen cooperation in big data, blockchain, and artificial intelligence, and to restart negotiations on the China-Japan-South Korea Free Trade Agreement. https://t.co/YB8Ip6FBBB
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At the event, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi stressed the importance of revitalizing negotiations for the China-Japan-South Korea Free Trade Agreement, citing the need to expedite economic recovery in the region and the world at large.
Yi emphasized the goal of achieving regional economic integration and establishing the Asia-Pacific Free Trade Area, promoting mutual benefits and win-win outcomes among the three nations.
He urged China, Japan, and South Korea to remain steadfast in their original objectives while adapting to new challenges.
The focus was on respecting each country’s unique development paths and addressing sensitive issues, laying a strong foundation for stable and long-term trilateral cooperation.
South Korean Foreign Minister Park Jin and Japanese Foreign Minister Yoko Kamikawa also highlighted the importance of enhanced cooperation.
Both ministers acknowledged the vast potential for collaboration across various sectors, recognizing that such cooperation can contribute to regional and global peace and prosperity beyondRead more on cryptonews.com