The United States, Japan and South Korea will have a “direct line” to coordinate responses to threats to the three countries or in the Indo-Pacific region, US President Joe Biden revealed this Friday.

We will have a direct line to share information and coordinate our responses whenever there is a crisis in the region or affecting any of our countries,” said Biden, alongside Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida and South Korean President Yoon Suk Yeol at Camp David, the presidential country residence. close to Washington DC.

In addition to establishing a joint consultation mechanism to coordinate responses, at this Friday’s unprecedented trilateral summit, the leaders agreed to expand security and economic ties, at a time when tensions increase in its relations with China and North Korea.



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