Celebrating 70 Years: The United States & South Korea Alliance
"Celebrating 70 Years: The United States & South Korea Alliance" is a Special Advertising supplement to The Washington Times.
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This week, President Biden will welcome South Korea's President, Yoon Suk-yeol, to the White House, where they will celebrate a security partnership that has endured for 70 years.
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South Korean President Yoon Suk Yeol's visit to the United States is an important moment for the relationship between our two nations.
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