South Korean President and US Secretary-General of Defense Defense agree on the importance of Japan-US-Korea cooperation August 9 20:21
South Korean President Moon Jae-in met with the US Secretary of Defense Esper in Seoul and agreed that the cooperation of the three countries was important.
South Korean President Moon Jae-in met with the US Secretary of Defense, Esper, for about 30 minutes at the Cheong Wa Dae on September 9.
According to Cheong Wa Dae officials, at the meeting, opinions were exchanged on Japan's relations, and President Mun and Secretary Esper agreed that the cooperation of the three countries, Japan, the United States, and South Korea was important.
Furthermore, the agreement for sharing and protecting confidential information on security between Japan and South Korea = “GSOMIA”, both sides agree that they must be resolved properly.
So far, Esper has expressed his desire to continue the agreement, but Cheong Wa Dae officials have explained that there was no more concrete talk in the talks.
In addition to the US-North Korea denuclearization negotiations, President Mun stated that he must “encourage him to succeed”, while Esper said, “We expect the dialogue to be resumed soon.” It is that.