‘Progress on info-sharing pact between Korea, U.S., Japan’

“South Korea, the United States and Japan have produced significant progress on a pact on sharing their military intelligence to better deal with threats from North Korea, Seoul’s defense ministry said.

Still, the three have yet to reach a final consensus on the issue, the ministry said, denying a report by Japan’s Nihon Keizai Shimbun newspaper that the allies will sign the deal within this year.

Source:‘Progress on info-sharing pact between Korea, U.S., Japan’

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