With the opening of today’s summit at Camp David between the United States, South Korea and Japan A new chapter in relations between the two countries. This was stated by US President Joe Biden at the opening of the summit with Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida and South Korean President Yun Sok Yul. He stressed that “our country will be stronger The world will be safer if we stay together“.
Chief Yun also spoke of a “new chapter” and was convinced of this We will remember today as a “historic day”.. He said that “enhancing coordination” between the three countries “requires more solid institutional foundations” and “challenges that threaten regional security must be addressed by strengthening commitment to work together.” “The international community,” said the Japanese prime minister, “is at a turning point in history.” This is why Kishida says he wants to take security coordination between Japan, South Korea, and the United States to “new levels,” “while strengthening coordination between Japan and the United States and the alliances of the United States and South Korea.” “By intensifying our cooperation and response to North Korea – he concludes – I want to broaden and deepen our cooperation in many areas, including economic security.”
YOON SUK YEOL
“Our three countries must unite with determination so that our individual freedoms are not threatened or harmed,” South Korean President Yun Sok Yul said in opening remarks at the Camp David summit with US President Joe Biden and Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida. Yoon, according to statements reported by Yonhap, insisted on the need for a solid institutional foundation to promote trilateral cooperation. “This is also a promise and duty for our future generations,” he said.
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