S. Korea to start talks with US on developing military capabilities

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November 7, 2017 11:40
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SEOUL - South Korea will immediately start talks with the United States on developing the Asian nation's military capabilities, including deploying the latest surveillance assets, the South's presidential office said on Tuesday.

The pact was made during a summit meeting between South Korean President Moon Jae-in and his US counterpart Donald Trump, Blue House spokesman Yoon Young-chan told a news briefing.

The leaders also agreed to continue joint three-way efforts with Japan for practical responses to North Korean threats, he added.

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