China, South Korea, And Japan Agree to Restart Cooperation, Pave Way for Summit

If the US loses its Asia-Pacific allies, their plan for war in the region becomes more or less impossible.

Japan and South Korea are a long way from fully dislodging itself from the American globalist war system, but they are certainly moving in the right direction.


The foreign ministers of China, Japan and South Korea agreed on Sunday to restart cooperation among the Asian neighbours and pave the way for a summit of their three leaders in the latest move to ease tensions in the vital region.

Even as China and the United States mend frayed ties, including a summit this month between Presidents Xi Jinping and Joe Biden, Beijing is concerned that Washington and its key regional allies are strengthening their three-way partnership.

Beijing, Seoul and Tokyo had agreed on annual summits from 2008 to bolster diplomatic and economic exchanges, but two-way rows and the COVID-19 pandemic interrupted the plan, with the three leaders last meeting in 2019.

The three top diplomats met in the South Korean port of Busan for their first such meeting since 2019, after officials of the three countries agreed in September to arrange a trilateral summit at the “earliest convenient time”.

The three ministers did not specify a timeframe for the trilateral summit.

China’s Xi, Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida and South Korean President Yoon Suk Yeol may not be able to meet this year, but their summit is likely in the near future, South Korea’s national security advisor Cho Tae-yong told Yonhap news TV.

The ministers agreed in their 100-minute talks to advance cooperation in six areas, including security, economy and technology, and promote concrete discussions to prepare for the summit, Japan’s foreign ministry said in a statement.

That is all the areas.

Regarding security: America is the only threat.

America is threatening China with war, and they are threatening to use Japan and South Korea in their war.

South Korean Foreign Minister Park Jin, who was also concerned about North Korean issues, told his counterparts it was “important to further institutionalise trilateral cooperation so that it will develop into a stable and sustainable system”, his ministry said in a statement.

China’s Wang Yi said the three countries should play an active role in promoting regional and global development with a “more progressive manner and attitude.”

Japan’s Yoko Kamikawa said greater trilateral cooperation would contribute to regional peace as the international security situation has become “more severe and complex than ever.”


The US will always have the Philippines.

But I don’t think that is going to be enough.