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Japan-South Korea rift

Moon seeks to avoid GSOMIA expiration 'till last moment'

South Korea and Japan will still cooperate on regional security, president says

South Korean President Moon Jae-in speaks at a town hall meeting in Seoul on Nov. 19. (Yonhap via Kyodo)

SEOUL (Kyodo) -- South Korean President Moon Jae-in on Tuesday held out a slim hope of a military intelligence-sharing pact with Japan being extended, but said the two countries can still cooperate on security even if it does expire as scheduled on Saturday.

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