June 29 2012
South Korea has put off Friday's planned signing of an intelligence-sharing agreement with Japan, reports the Washington Post.
The agreement would have authorized the exchange of classified information on mutual concerns -- particularly China's military and North Korea's weapons program.
An hour before the signing was to take place, South Korean officials notified Japan's Foreign Ministry that they were postponing the deal, a Japanese government spokesman said.
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