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- Advancing negotiations on the China-South Korea free trade agreement and extending their currency swap arrangement

- Establishing a joint committee on people-to-people exchanges and expanding programs in education, culture, media, tourism, youth and local regions

- Enhancing coordination in the UN, the Group of 20 and other major international mechanisms and cooperating to tackle global issues such as climate change

- Promoting denuclearization on the Korean Peninsula and safeguarding peace and stability in the region

(Source: Xinhua News Agency)

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