"Every aspect of North Korea policy" will be discussed when national security advisers from the United States, South Korea and Japan meet on Friday, according to a senior administration official in Washington.
It will be the first such three-way meeting of the countries since Joe Biden became U.S. president. The talks come amid important differences in policy toward North Korea among Washington, Seoul and Tokyo, according to analysts.
North Korea's recent missile provocations, the response by Pyongyang to the coronavirus, and recent diplomatic discussions between China and North Korea are on the agenda, according to the U.S. official, who told reporters Thursday that "our intent is to have a deep review that will inform our process forward."
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