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Esper Announces DPRK and China Benefit from Japan's Conflict with South Korea


Pentagon chief Mark Esper said the split between Japan and South Korea benefits North Korea and China.

“China and the DPRK benefit from conflicts or stagnation in relations between Japan and South Korea,” RIA Novosti quoted Espera as saying.

He also emphasized the importance of the Comprehensive Military Information Security Agreement (GSOMIA) for the alliance of the United States, Japan and South Korea, noting that the termination of its operation violates the ability to quickly and efficiently exchange information between allies.

It was previously reported that the United States is monitoring the situation on the Korean Peninsula after South Korea and Japan announced the launch of DPRK short-range ballistic missiles.

In August, it became known that Japan and South Korea will continue to exchange intelligence through the United States.

Source: russiart

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