Japan's Tourism Minister Akihiro Ota (C) joins hands with his Chinese counterpart Li Jinzao (R) and South Korean counterpart Kim Jong-Deok (L) after two days of meetings in Tokyo on April 12, 2015. AFP PHOTO / JIJI PRESS
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South Korea and Japan Tuesday held their first high-level security talks in more than five years despite simmering tensions over territorial and historical disputes.South Korea is closely watching a possible change in defence cooperation guidelines between Japan and the United States following Tokyo's decision to exercise its collective self-defence right.South Korean President Park Geun-Hye and Chinese President Xi Jinping have already held two fruitful bilateral summits.
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