Beijing, Jan 31 (ANI): Senior defense officials from the United States, South Korea and Japan have said the current North Korean regime is 'stable' under its new leader Kim Jong-un.
The assessment was made at a two-day meeting among South Korean Deputy Defense Minister Lim Kwan-bin, Peter Lavoy, US acting Assistant Secretary of Defense for Asian and Pacific Security Affairs, and Masanori Nishi of the Japanese defense ministry.
The closed-door talks, the first of its kind since the death of North Korean leader Kim Jong Il, was held in Seoul, Xinhua reports.
The officials reportedly discussed political and military developments in North Korea after the country's new leader Kim Jong Un took charge.
According to KBS News, the officials also agreed to share information on Pyongyang ahead of major joint exercises by Seoul and Washington next month to deter possible provocation. (ANI)
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