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US NSA to host trilateral dialogue with Japan and South Korea on April 2

US National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan will maintain a trilateral dialogue with his South Korean and Japanese counterparts on the difficulty of North Korea on Friday, the White House introduced on Wednesday.

On April 2, Sullivan will welcome National Security Secretariat Secretary General Shigeru Kitamura of Japan and National Security Advisor Suh Hoon of the Republic of Korea for a trilateral dialogue on the US Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland, National Security Council Spokesperson Emily Horne mentioned.

This assembly, which follows the visits of Secretary of State Antony Blinken and Secretary of Defence Lloyd Austin to Japan and the Republic of Korea, offers a possibility for the three nations to seek the advice of on a variety of regional points and international coverage priorities, together with sustaining peace and stability on the Korean Peninsula, addressing the COVID-19 pandemic, and combating local weather change, she mentioned.

This assembly with Japan and South Korea is the primary National Security Advisor-level multilateral dialogue of the Biden (*2*), reflecting the significance it locations on broadening and deepening its cooperation on key points and advancing the shared prosperity throughout a free and open Indo-Pacific, Horne mentioned.

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