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tri·lat·er·al

(tri-lat'ĕr-ăl),
Having three sides.
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trilateral

(trī-lăt′ĕr-ăl) [″ + L. latus, side]
Having three sides.
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Since taking office last September, Aso has met Lee five times including Monday's summit talks in Seoul at which the two leaders only agreed on the need to continue efforts, under the six-party framework and trilaterally with the United States, to denuclearize North Korea and resolve the abduction issue.
"The Department of Defense is to serve as the hub for information shared trilaterally. The arrangement does not impose any new legal obligations on the signatories," it added.
Abe also met trilaterally with Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao and South Korean President Roh Moo Hyun on the sidelines of the regional summits, which focused largely on the North Korean nuclear issue in light of increased tensions over Pyongyang's missile and nuclear threats.
In addition, one of the important issues touched during the discussions was Africa as India and Japan are beginning to have cooperation trilaterally along with the African countries.
Kono stated, "Two countries sometimes face various difficulties respectively, but even under such circumstances, Japan, China and South Korea should work together trilaterally."
"There are a number of agreements that have been signed both bilaterally and trilaterally in relation to the potential repatriation," Mr.
"With India and Japan, the Malabar exercise affords an opportunity to increase our ability to operate trilaterally, including through real-time information sharing", he said.
Though the prime objective of the newly indoctrinated US South Asia and Indo-Pacific strategies- focusing on enhancing security architecture and geo-political consensus between Washington and New Delhi- lies in trenching or curtailing China's role in the Indo-Pacific region via QUAD while also bracketing Pakistan in the South Asian region thereby trilaterally boosting ties between India-US-Afghanistan, the quintessential geopolitical truth is that at the altar of aligning its strategic interests with Washington, New Delhi could hardly overlook its geo-diplomatic imperatives that compel India not to risk its relations with Russia, China, and Pakistan.
The aforementioned attempt to develop a new air-defense destroyer trilaterally for the British, French, and Italian navies failed largely over differences regarding the specific capabilities each stakeholder deemed necessary.
Sayed said Pakistan is willing to talk to India "bilaterally, trilaterally, or multilaterally -- the important thing is dialogue."
The White House said in a statement "the leaders agreed to meet trilaterally on a regular basis to develop and implement joint frameworks to mitigate threats to regional security and to bring greater peace, stability, and prosperity to the Middle East." It added that the National Security Advisor of Afghanistan joined a session "focused on discussing ways the United States, Saudi Arabia, and United Arab Emirates can partner with Afghanistan to support the Afghan government and set conditions for an enduring peace settlement." Senior officials from the Department of State, the Department of Defense, the Department of the Treasury and the intelligence community participated in the meeting, the statement noted.