South Korean President Yoon Suk Yeol visited San Francisco and attended the APEC summit. The summit focused on climate change and supply chain risks, and brought together leaders from 21 member countries, including Chinese President Xi Jinping. Yoon met with Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida and participated in a trilateral photo with Biden and Kishida. He also called for global action on climate change and supply chain resilience. During the summit, Yoon issued a call to action on climate change and supply chain risks and participated in a summit of the Indo-Pacific Economic Framework (IPEF) which produced an agreement to launch a “critical minerals dialogue” for the establishment of stable critical mineral supply chains. He also held bilateral meetings with the leaders of Peru, Chile and Vietnam and highlighted the threat posed by military cooperation between Russia and North Korea. He also met with Apple CEO Tim Cook, who vowed to continue cooperation with and investment in South Korean firms. Lastly, there were some embedded scripts in the text which appear to relate to Facebook tracking.
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