The United States will host a summit with Japan and South Korea, where they are expected to announce plans to set up a hotline for urgent communications between their leaders. This initiative is part of a broader effort to strengthen trilateral cooperation. Kurt Campbell, a coordinator for Indo-Pacific affairs, stated that the leaders will invest in technology to establish a three-way hotline for critical situations. The summit, hosted by President Joe Biden, aims to deepen and broaden cooperation among the three nations. They will expand their collaboration in various areas, including semiconductors, artificial intelligence, education, and development assistance in the Indo-Pacific region. In terms of security, the leaders will conduct joint military exercises more frequently and share real-time information on North Korea’s missile launches. They will also discuss the situation in Ukraine and the importance of maintaining peace and stability across the Taiwan Strait. This trilateral cooperation is seen as crucial for the future infrastructure and architecture of the Indo-Pacific region.
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