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Japanese government seeks supplementation through US channel

2019-08-24T02:23:06.206Z

Japan is seeking to strengthen cooperation with the United States in collecting information on North Korea, which is expected to be empty in response to the South Korean government's decision not to extend its military information security agreement, which expires in November.


Japan is seeking to strengthen cooperation with the United States in collecting information on North Korea, which is expected to be empty in response to the South Korean government's decision not to extend its military information security agreement, which expires in November.

According to the Mainichi Shimbun, etc., the Japanese government is planning to restart the December 2014 ROK-US agreement on North Korea's nuclear and missile information sharing.

The agreement, which allows both Korea and Japan to share confidential information through the US, was virtually suspended due to a decline in effectiveness due to the agreement between Korea and Japan in November 2016.

Japan has noted that the South Korean government has expressed its intention to continue sharing information under this agreement after the end of Gisomia.

Indeed, Kim Hyun-jong, deputy chief of the National Security Office of the Blue House, said in a briefing on the 23rd that he will use the information-sharing agreement between the three countries, which was signed in 2014 after the end of Gisomia.

The agreement allows the US and Japan to share information on North Korea's nuclear and missiles.

Source: sbskr

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