U.S President Joe Biden has promised to usher in a new era in relations with its most important allies in Asia, in the wake of a new collaborations on missile defence and technology, with leaders of the countries.


Biden will host the South Korean president, Yoon Suk Yeol, and the Japanese prime minister, Fumio Kishida, at Camp David for their first standalone summit, which U.S officials say will promote their shared vision of a free and open Asia-Pacific region.

In a statement, U.S Secretary of state, Anthony Blinken, the meeting is an opportunity to foster regional relations and consolidate on previous success.

South Korean president, Yoon Suk Yeol applauded the latest wave of agreement going on in east Asia, describing It as a welcome development while Chinese foreign minister, Wang Wenbin argued that some issues must be tackled for a cordial relationship.

While the summit is unlikely to produce a formal security arrangement that commits the nations to each others’ defence, they will agree to a mutual understanding about regional responsibilities.

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