US, Japan, SoKor condemn China’s ‘dangerous, aggressive actions’
US, Japan, SoKor condemn China’s ‘dangerous, aggressive actions’
US, Japan, SoKor condemn China’s ‘dangerous, aggressive actions’
by Daylight Abas20 August 2023
Photo courtesy: REUTERS/Evelyn Hockstein

The leaders of the United States, South Korea, and Japan blasted China's "dangerous and aggressive behavior" proclaiming maritime claims in the Indo-Pacific region.

US President Joe Biden, Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida, and South Korean President Yoon Suk Yeol agreed to deepen military and economic cooperation at Camp David in Maryland.

They also agreed to confer swiftly and coordinate responses to regional challenges.

The three leaders emphasized the necessity of preserving Taiwan's peace and stability, which China also claims and puts under increasing political and military pressure.


Furthermore, Biden, Kishisa, and Yoon reach an agreement on holding annual military drills and share real-time intelligence on North Korean missile launches by the end of this year, as well as to hold annual trilateral summits.

In addition, the three leaders would work together to create a pilot project for a supply chain early warning system in order to boost information sharing and combat economic pressure.

The Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) earlier condemned the China Coast Guard's (CCG) 'illegal' and 'dangerous' use of water cannon against PCG vessels that was escorting the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) during a resupply mission on August 5.

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