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Text of report in English by Japan's largest news agency Kyodo
Tokyo, March 16 Kyodo - Environment ministers from Japan, China and South Korea will meet in May in Hokkaido to discuss a joint action plan for sustainable development that will address issues such as global warming, Japanese Environment Minister Sakihito Ozawa said Tuesday.
The ministerial talks will be held May 22-23. Ozawa is scheduled to meet separately with his Chinese and South Korean counterparts at a hotel in Chitose on the first day and the three ministers will hold a plenary session at a hotel in the …