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U.S. Deputy Secretary of State Wendy Sherman will travel to Tokyo next week for a trilateral meeting with her Japanese and South Korean counterparts, the U.S. State Department said Wednesday, as North Korea continues its missile tests at an unprecedented rate.
It will be the fourth trip to the Indo-Pacific region by the No. 2 official in the department since May. It said her trip demonstrates the United States’ continued commitment to the region and its closest allies in Asia — Japan and South Korea.
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