April 20, 2024

US, ROK, Japan to kick off info sharing on North Korean missiles next month

Announcement comes as Seoul and Washington revise strategy for deterring DPRK nukes for first time in decade

The U.S., South Korea and Japan will launch real-time information sharing about North Korean missile launches and more “systematic” trilateral military drills in the coming months, Seoul’s defense ministry announced Sunday.

The statement came a day before an annual high-level military meeting between the U.S. and ROK in Seoul, where the two sides approved revisions to their joint strategy for deterring North Korean nuclear weapons for the first time in a decade.

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