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South Korea’s national security chief on Sunday accused Japan of deliberately distorting details of their negotiations on maintaining a bilateral intelligence-sharing agreement.

At a news conference in Busan, Chung Eui-yong, director of the Blue House National Security Office, expressed “deep regret” over the alleged distortion, saying Seoul lodged a protest through diplomatic channels and had received an apology.

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