US vice leader, South Korean leader talk over intimidations made by N. Korea
(MENAFN) US Vice Leader Kamala Harris on Thursday went on her first official trip to South Korea amid rising strain in the area.
When she arrived, Harris assembled with Leader Yoon Suk-yeol in the capital Seoul and talked over the security situation and growing intimidations from North Korea.
"The South Korea-US alliance is evolving beyond the Korean Peninsula to a global alliance and expanding from a military alliance to an economic and technological alliance," Yonhap News Agency cited Yoon as saying throughout the conference, which took place at the high-level office.
“I plan to continue to develop the South Korea-US alliance as a reliable pillar of support for defending our people's freedom, safety, and prosperity," he also said.
The US vice president also honored kind relations between both nations and stated the alliance would also build up.
"I am here to reinforce the strength of our alliance and strengthen our work together," she updated Yoon.
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