South Korea will work together more with United States, Japan if North’s risks continue By Reuters

© Reuters. U.S. President Joe Biden holds a joint interview with Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida and South Korean President Yoon Suk Yeol throughout the trilateral top at Camp David near Thurmont, Maryland, U.S., August 18, 2023. REUTERS/Jim Bourg/File P

SEOUL (Reuters) – South Korean President Yoon Suk Yeol stated on Monday trilateral cooperation with the United States and Japan will grow more powerful if North Korea’s risks increase.

He made the remark at a Cabinet conference days after he participated in talks with the leaders of the Untied States and Japan where they accepted deepen military and financial cooperation.

“The structure of the trilateral cooperation among South Korea, the United States and Japan will become more solid as North Korea’s provocation and threats increase,” Yoon stated throughout the conference which was telecasted live, declaring what he called the “opening of a new era” in the 3 nations’ relations.

The three-way collaboration would turn into a strong structure to promote local peace in addition to the AUKUS pact in between the U.S., Britain and Australia, and the Quad grouping of the U.S., Japan, India and Australia, Yoon stated.

The top at the Camp David governmental retreat was the very first standalone conference in between the U.S. and Japan and South Korea, as they look for to forecast unity in the face of China’s growing power and nuclear risks from North Korea.

Yoon stated the trilateral cooperation did not omit other nations, which it would add to flexibility, peace and success in the area and the world.


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