Protesters welcome South Korea ending the intelligence-sharing pact with Japan in Seoul. Photo: AP

Japan says South Korea fails to understand North Korea threat with ending of intelligence pact

  • Abe said Tokyo still expected Seoul to keep its promises on the issue of wartime forced labour and to work to rebuild trust
  • A senior South Korean official said the country will share intelligence with Japan through a three-way channel involving the US
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Protesters welcome South Korea ending the intelligence-sharing pact with Japan in Seoul. Photo: AP
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