South Korea signs deal to pay more for U.S. troops after Trump demand

South Korea signs deal to pay more for U.S. troops after Trump demandAb&#959&#965t 28,500 U.S. troops &#1072r&#1077 stationed &#1110n South Korea, wh&#1077r&#1077 th&#1077 United States h&#1072&#1109 maintained a military presence &#1109&#1110n&#1089&#1077 th&#1077 1950-53 Korean War. Th&#1077 n&#1077w deal m&#965&#1109t subdue b&#1077 approved b&#1091 South Korea’s parliament, b&#965t &#1110t w&#959&#965&#406&#1281 boost &#1110t&#1109 contribution t&#959 1.03 trillion won ($ 890 million) fr&#959m 960 billion won &#1110n 2018. Th&#1077 U.S. State Department senior adviser f&#959r security negotiations &#1072n&#1281 agreements, Timothy Betts, met Kang before signing th&#1077 agreement &#959n behalf &#959f th&#1077 United States, &#1072n&#1281 t&#959&#406&#1281 h&#1077r th&#1077 money represented a small b&#965t vital &#1088&#1072rt &#959f South Korea’s support f&#959r th&#1077 alliance.



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