A win for US in Biden-Moon summit: Analysts

The two leaders reaffirmed their security alliance and committed to a string of partnerships at the first summit in the White House in Washington, on May 21, 2021. PHOTO: EPA-EFE
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WASHINGTON/SEOUL - On the surface, it appears to be a win-win situation for South Korea and the United States after the first summit between President Moon Jae-in and his US counterpart, Mr Joe Biden.

The two countries reaffirmed their security alliance and committed to a string of partnerships, including on vaccine collaboration and North Korea.

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