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Japan-South Korea Face Looming Deadline to Rescue Military Pact

Poster:Post date:2019-11-05
Catergory:News
Region:(Regional Issues)
Issue:(Japan Policy),(Regional Issues)
(Bloomberg, By Isabel Reynolds and Jihye Lee) The General Security of Military Information Agreement, or GSOMIA, was signed by Japan and South Korea in November 2016 and was seen as a breakthrough in getting them to cooperate independently of the U.S. South Korea notified Japan in August it would withdraw from the hard-won agreement, raising alarm in Washington. <Accessed 2019-11-05>  
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