November 22, 2019 / 8:59 AM / in 6 months

South Korea suspends notice to Japan on ending intelligence pact: report

SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korea has suspended the effectiveness of its notice given to Japan on terminating an intelligence sharing agreement, Yonhap news reported on Friday quoting an unnamed key ruling party official.

The decision, which would effectively put on hold an earlier step by Seoul to terminate the intelligence agreement made after Japan’s move to impose export curbs, was made because Japan has shown willing for dialogue, the official was quoted as saying.

Reporting by Jack Kim; Editing by Alex Richardson

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