A Nato flag flies at the transatlantic security alliance’s headquarters in Belgium. Nato chief Jens Stoltenberg is expected to arrive in Seoul on Sunday then visit Tokyo afterwards. Photo: Reuters
A Nato flag flies at the transatlantic security alliance’s headquarters in Belgium. Nato chief Jens Stoltenberg is expected to arrive in Seoul on Sunday then visit Tokyo afterwards. Photo: Reuters
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Nato cements ties with South Korea, Japan as security challenges mount

  • Nato chief’s visits to Seoul and Tokyo next week reflect the greater emphasis the transatlantic partnership is putting on East Asia, an analyst said
  • China, North Korea and the war in Ukraine will be high on Jens Stoltenberg’s agenda as he aims to drum up support for the war-torn European country

A Nato flag flies at the transatlantic security alliance’s headquarters in Belgium. Nato chief Jens Stoltenberg is expected to arrive in Seoul on Sunday then visit Tokyo afterwards. Photo: Reuters
A Nato flag flies at the transatlantic security alliance’s headquarters in Belgium. Nato chief Jens Stoltenberg is expected to arrive in Seoul on Sunday then visit Tokyo afterwards. Photo: Reuters
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