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America, Japan and South Korea were surprised by Kim Jong’s actions, took this step against North Korea for the first time

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Kim Jong Un, dictator of North Korea.

Troubled by the actions of North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un, America, Japan and South Korea have announced a major step for the first time. National security advisers from the US, South Korea and Japan on Saturday expressed concern over North Korea’s alleged arms shipments to Russia and called for curbs on its development of nuclear weapons and missiles and military cooperation with other countries. Called for stronger international cooperation.

The meeting took place in Seoul amid the highest tension in recent years on the Korean Peninsula. At a joint press conference after the meeting, Cho Tae-yong, director of South Korea’s National Security Office, said the three security advisers reaffirmed North Korea’s obligations under multiple UN Security Council resolutions, including its denuclearization and other There have been calls for a ban on arms trade with the countries. Cho said the three officials praised South Korea, the United States, Japan and Australia for announcing sanctions last month over North Korea’s launch of a spy satellite.

Discussion on increasing security and economic cooperation also

After this meeting, US National Security Advisor Jack Sullivan said that Washington is working closely with Seoul and Tokyo to strengthen defense cooperation. Sullivan also held separate bilateral talks Friday with Cho and Taiko Akiba, secretary general of Japan’s National Security Secretariat. He also met South Korean President Yoon Suk Yeol. Speaking at a dinner for Akiba and Sullivan on Friday, Yoon said it was important for the three countries to continue progress on their August summit between US President Joe Biden and Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida at Camp David, where they discussed security and Had called for increasing economic cooperation.(AP)

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