SEOUL, South Korea – Leaders of South Korea, Japan and China will meet next week for a summit expected to focus on North Korea's nuclear program and other regional issues.
The three Asian countries have been holding regular trilateral summits since late 2008.
South Korea's presidential office said Tuesday that President Moon Jae-in will attend the May 9 meeting in Tokyo with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and Chinese Premier Li Keqiang.
The Japanese government also confirmed the meeting.
Moon's office says he will brief Abe and Li about the results of his recent summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
It says Moon also plans to discuss ways to boost three-way cooperation in achieving denuclearization and permanent peace on the Korean Peninsula.