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JCS chiefs of S. Korea, U.S., Japan agree to address security concerns Updated: 2019-10-03 10:22:53 KST

A trilateral meeting between General Park Han-ki and his American and Japanese counterparts: Mark Milley and Koji Yamazaki was held in Washington on Tuesday.
The session involving the chairmen of the three country's joint chiefs of staff comes amid tensions over Seoul's decision to pull out of a military intel-sharing pact with Tokyo.
The trio focused on multilateral cooperation that ensures readiness to respond to any regional contingency and promotes long-term peace and stability in Northeast Asia.
General Milley reaffirmed the ironclad commitment of the U.S. to defend South Korea and Japan if called upon and to provide extended deterrence guaranteed by the full spectrum of America's military capabilities.
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