S. Korea to keep intel pact with Japan, pull WTO complaint

Friday, 22. November 2019 11:42

The intelligence-sharing pact between South Korea and Japan, General Security of Military Information Agreement (GSOMIA), will continue as the decision to terminate it was suspended, announced Kim You-geun, a senior official in Seoul.

South Korea will also suspend its petition against Japan's export curbs, filed with the World Trade Organization (WTO), the official added. The matter will be a subject of negotiations between the two countries, as the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry in Tokyo confirmed.

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