Speaking after their meeting in Seoul, the two leaders said the decades-old bilateral alliance needs to be further developed, not just to deal with the threat posed by the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea. North Korea but also to keep the Indo-Pacific region free and open, as well as protect the global supply chain.
President Yoon receives President Biden (right) on May 21
In a joint statement, President Biden reaffirmed America’s commitment to protecting Korea with nuclear weapons if necessary. The United States has also pledged to send “strategic assets,” which often include long-range bombers, missile submarines or aircraft carriers, to deter North Korea if needed.
In addition, President Biden said he was ready to meet Chairman Kim Jong-un of North Korea if the leader wanted serious dialogue. The White House owner also mentioned that the US offered to support the vaccine Covid-19 for North Korea and China. President Yoon also offered to help North Korea deal with the epidemic, but Pyongyang has not responded. In addition, President Yoon said that fluctuations in global trade and supply chains are a new impetus for the two countries to deepen their ties, and called on the two sides to strengthen cooperation in the field of batteries and batteries. Semiconductor.
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