August 18, 2023, 4:15 p.m
The United States does not plan to create a formal military alliance with Japan and South Korea along the lines of NATO. Jake Sullivan, National Security Adviser to the President of the United States.
“We do not directly set such a goal – the creation of a trilateral alliance as the final task,” he said during a press conference.
Sullivan stressed that such an association “absolutely will not be NATO in the Pacific.”
Earlier it became known that the trilateral summit of the leaders of Japan, the United States and South Korea is scheduled for August 18. The meeting will take place in the USA.
The Chinese Foreign Ministry said that Beijing does not support the holding of a summit of the leaders of the three countries.
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