SEOUL – South Korea and Japan will likely conclude two bilateral military agreements later this month, the first of their kind, South Korea’s Defense Ministry confirmed Tuesday.
“The two sides are consulting on procedures and the agenda with an aim (to sign the agreements) by the end of this month,” the ministry’s spokesman, Kim Min Seok, said in a press briefing.
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