Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said he will keep the action of Japanese sanctions against North Korea. However, as Abe added, it will closely monitor the reaction of Pyongyang's visit to North Korea, a senior representative of Japan last week.
As reported from the Japanese government sources, Adviser to the Prime Minister of Japan, Isao Iijima said a high-ranking North Korean officials that Abe wants a final solution to the issues of kidnapping, as well as nuclear and missile issues.
Iijima also reiterated that Tokyo would not soften its stance on Pyongyang to return all abducted by North Korea, a thorough investigation and transfer of Japan guilty of kidnapping.
Of the sources of the Japanese government reported that officials from North Korea agreed to supply Korean leader Kim Jong-un aware of the requirements of Japan.
On Sunday, Abe reiterated that he can lead the negotiations with North Korea on the abduction issue.
In the words of a cabinet minister's visit Iijima was clearly show Kim Jong Un, that Japan wants to negotiate.
However, Abe's government will keep the sanctions against North Korea, working closely with the United States and South Korea.