After a trilateral summit in Tokyo on Sunday, President Lee Myung-bak, Japanese Prime Minister Naoto Kan and Chinese Prime Minister Wen Jiabao adopted a joint summit declaration summing up their discussions.
The three nations also adopted annex documents specifying their cooperation on nuclear safety and disaster management, agreeing to share and exchange information on radiation-spreading atmospheric currents in case of nuclear accidents.
The leaders also shared the need to seek sustainable growth by using renewable energy and improving energy efficiency. The three agreed to expand policy and personnel exchanges on the issue, and adopted related annex documents.
As for North Korea’s nuclear issue, the three leaders expressed concerns on the North’s uranium enrichment program and agreed that the resumption of the six-party nuclear talks requires the creation of positive atmosphere for dialogue and that inter-Korean talks should come first.