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(From BBC Monitoring International Reports)
Text of report in English by Japanese news agency Kyodo
Tokyo, 13 June: Japan and South Korea remained apart over a dispute in demarcating their exclusive economic zones around a pair of South Korea-controlled islets in the Sea of Japan after their two days of talks in Tokyo.
Japan and South Korea also agreed in principle to hold their next round of talks in September in Seoul, said Ichiro Komatsu, head of the Japanese Foreign Ministry's International Legal Affairs Bureau and Japan's chief delegate to the EEZ [exclusive economic zones] talks.
He told reporters, "We have agreed to work towards …