TOKYO -- Prime Minister Shinzo Abe reiterated his interest Saturday in holding talks with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, calling such a meeting essential to resolving the issue of Pyongyang's abductions of Japanese citizens decades ago.
"Ultimately, I myself have to meet with [Kim]," Abe said on a Japanese television program. "I want to foster a relationship of trust with North Korea."
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