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“Regrettably, South Korea is continuing to hurt relations of trust,”

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His remarks came after Seoul said a day earlier that the intelligence-sharing pact will not be extended owing to Tokyo’s tightening o

f export controls on materials vital to the South Korean technology industry.

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re military information and has helped both sides to counter potential regional threats.

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