Japan's new Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga wants to meet Kim Jong unconditionally


Japan's Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga has said that he is ready to meet North Korea's top leader Kim Jong-un unconditionally. In the 75th session of the United Nations General Assembly, Suga said that he wanted to normalize relations between the two countries. The new PM of Japan wants to deal with nuclear and missile strikes on the Korean peninsula under a 2002 bilateral agreement with North Korea.

Prime Minister Suga said in the United Nations General Assembly want to normalize the relationship with the neighbor

Japan would also like to resolve the issue of the alleged abduction of Japanese citizens between the two countries in the 1970s and 1980s. "Creating a constructive relationship between Japan and North Korea will not only solve many issues in both countries but will also lead to regional peace and stability," Suga said.

He said I would not miss a single opportunity to take action. There is a lot of talk about the weak side of Suga in terms of foreign policy but Suga said that he has worked for many years on kidnapping cases which is a big issue in Japan.