The denuclearization of the Korean peninsula dominated a summit on Tuesday held by China, South Korea and Japan, according to media reports.

The three countries underlined that Korea’s denuclearization was “possible only through peaceful means,” Seoul-based Yonhap news agency reported.

At a joint news conference with South Korea’s President Moon Jae-in and the Japanese Premier Shinzo Abe, China’s Prime Minister Li Keqiang said: “[We] had in-depth dialogue on the Korean Peninsula security conditions, in particular.”

The sides agreed that denuclearizing the peninsula and establishing permanent peace were common goals, said Li.

“The three nations will continue to work together

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