February 25, 2024

Camp David: US, ROK, Japan to boost security ties against North Korea threat

Countries will share missile data, create working group to combat DPRK’s cyber threats and hold annual exercises

The U.S., South Korea and Japan will enhance their trilateral security cooperation in the face of North Korea’s actions that pose “grave threats” to peace in the region, according to a joint statement on the Camp David summit released on Friday. 

South Korean President Yoon Suk-yeol, Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida and U.S. President Joe Biden announced three measures intended to bring trilateral security cooperation “to new heights,” according to the joint declaration from Biden’s presidential retreat.