Seoul, Washington, Tokyo agree to ad­dress se­cu­rity con­cerns

The Korea Times - - NATIONAL -

The chair­men of the Joint Chiefs of Staff of South Korea, the United States and Japan agreed to ad­dress mu­tual se­cu­rity con­cerns dur­ing their meet­ing in Washington this week, the U.S. JCS said Thurs­day (KST).

The tri­lat­eral meet­ing Tues­day — in­volv­ing South Korea’s JCS Chair­man Gen. Park Han-ki and his U.S. and Ja­pa­nese coun­ter­parts, Gen. Mark Mil­ley and Gen. Koji Ya­mazaki — came amid ten­sions over Seoul’s de­ci­sion to pull out of a mil­i­tary in­tel­li­gence-shar­ing pact with Tokyo.

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