President Yoon Seok -yeol and US President Joe Biden said in the Presidential Office of the Yongsan Government Office on the 21st that they would highly appreciate the recent achievements of the ROK -US alliance and continue to build them on a solid foundation like a rock.

The two leaders said, “The ROK -US alliance, which is a core axis of peace and prosperity in the region, has grown far beyond the Korean Peninsula, reflecting the central role of the two countries, the global leader in democracy, economy and technology.”

“We faced an increase in threats to the ruling -based international order represented by challenges directly related to climate change and survival such as Corona 19, and the ruling -based international order represented by Russian continued attacks against Ukraine.” And we unite with a common resolution to deepen and expand the bonds between the people of the two countries. ”

On the other hand, President Biden expressed gratitude to President Yoon’s hospitality and invited President Yoon’s visit to Washington at a convenient time.

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Yoon Seok -yeol, the president of the Republic of Korea, welcomes Joseph R. Biden’s visit to China. The summit was recorded as a meeting with the president of the United States during the term of the president of the Republic of Korea. The ROK -US alliance, which is based on common sacrifices and polished by our deep security relationships, continues to evolve and expand. The ROK -US alliance, a core axis of peace and prosperity in the region, has grown far beyond the Korean Peninsula, reflecting the central role of the two countries, the global leaders in democracy, economy and technology. In terms of challenges directly related to survival, such as climate change and the 19th major, and the threat of the norm -based international order represented by Russia’s continued attack on Ukraine, Korea and the United States have common politics, economy, security, security, security, And it is united with a common resolution to deepen and expand the ties between the people of the two countries. The two leaders promise to highly appreciate the recent achievements of the ROK -US alliance and continue to build them on a solid foundation like a rock.

Nuclear heart axis for peace and prosperity

President Yoon Seok -yeol and President Biden reaffirmed their mutual pledges for the Korea -US defense and US -ROK defense posture under the Korea -US National Defense Treaty. President Biden confirmed his pledges for expanding the US in Korea using all available categories, including nuclear, conventional and missile defense capabilities. The two leaders also agreed to restart the high -level expansion strategy council (EDSCG) as soon as possible. The two leaders promised to strengthen their suppression by enhancing the alliance defense posture, and reaffirmed their willingness to transform their rights based on conditions. In keeping with this, considering the evolving threats of North Korea, the two leaders agreed to initiate consultations to expand the scope and scale of combined practice and training around the Korean peninsula and around them. In addition, in the face of the stability of North Korea, both leaders are new or additional for the expansion and suppression of these measures and the expansion of these measures in the face of the deployment of US military strategic assets in a timely and coordinating way. He reaffirmed his pledges to identify measures. In this context, South Korea and the United States will significantly expand cooperation to cope with various cyber threats from North Korea, including cyber attacks behind the country.

President Yoon Seok -yeol and President Biden reaffirmed the common goal of complete denuclearization of the Korean peninsula and further strengthened the tight cooperation between the two countries to achieve this. The two leaders shared the perception that North Korea’s nuclear program is a serious threat to peace and stability in other Asian and worlds as well as the Korean peninsula. The two leaders condemn the fact that North Korea’s ballistic missile test launches, including many intercontinental ballistic missile launches, are obvious violations of the UN Security Council resolution, and urges to abandon North Korea’s mass destruction weapons and ballistic missile programs. He reaffirmed his shared will to cooperate with the international community. The two leaders urged all UN member states to fully implement all UN security resolutions, and North Korea also urged the UN Security Council resolution to comply with the duty and existing promises and agreements.

President Yoon Seok -yeol and President Biden emphasized that the way of dialogue to solve peaceful and diplomatic problems with North Korea is still open and urged North Korea to return to negotiations. President Yoon Seok -yeol explained that he would normalize inter -Korean relations through a bold plan to be aimed at the Korean peninsula of non -nuclear prosperity, and President Biden expressed his support for inter -Korean cooperation. The two leaders emphasized the importance of cooperation with three countries in Korea to respond to North Korea’s challenges, defend common security and prosperity, support common values, and strengthen international order based on norms.

President Yoon Seok -yeol and Biden expressed serious concern about North Korean human rights situation. The two leaders also reaffirmed their promise to promote humanitarian aid to the most vulnerable North Koreans. The two leaders have recently expressed concern about the occurrence of Corona in North Korea. South Korea and the United States will cooperate with the international community to provide North Korea’s support to cope with the Corona virus.

Strategic economic and technology partnership

President Yoon Seok -yeol and President Biden recognize that the future of the ROK -US alliance will be defined by a common effort to respond to the 21st century challenges. In this context, both leaders promised to deepen and expand core and emerging technology and cyber security cooperation. The two leaders also promised to develop, use and develop technology according to common democracy principles and universal values.

President Yoon Seok -yeol and President Biden recognize that deepening economic and energy security cooperation, which is key to our prosperity, joint security, and protection of collective interests. To support this initiative, the two leaders will order the launch of economic and security to the National Security Office of the United States to coordinate the administrative and policy approaches between the two governments.

While scientists, researchers, and technicians in Korea and the United States are fully aware of the world’s most innovative level, both leaders use this comparative advantage to use this comparative advantage to the high -tech semiconductor, eco -friendly electric vehicle batteries, artificial intelligence, quantum technology, bio technology, bio manufacturing, It has agreed to strengthen public -private cooperation to protect and promote core and emerging technology, including autonomous robots. Furthermore, both leaders reaffirmed their active support for human exchanges between professionals in these areas. To this end, the two leaders agreed to cooperate with the two countries to promote partnerships between the two countries through investment promotion and R & D cooperation. Recognizing that the potential for cooperation in the areas of defense industries between the US and the US is increasing, both leaders agreed to strengthen their partnerships in areas such as defense supply chain, joint development, and manufacturing, including the start of discussions on the National Defense Procurement Agreement..

Safe, sustainable and resilient global supply chain is the basis of this effort. Based on the cooperation between countries promoted by the US -led Global Supply Recovery Summit and close cooperation at the upcoming ministerial meeting, both leaders agreed to continue to cooperate in response to the challenge and long -term challenges in the supply chain ecosystem. The two leaders agreed to strengthen the recovery and diversity of the global supply chain, including cooperation related to early warning systems and cooperation in core mineral supply and smelting for detection and response of potential supply chain disturbance. The two leaders also agreed to establish regular ministerial supply challenges and industrial dialogue to discuss the promotion of resilient supply chains of major items such as semiconductors, batteries, and core minerals. The two leaders also agreed to enhance the use of advanced technologies, overseas investment screening and export control authorities to prevent the use of advanced technology.

While the volatility of the global energy market is increasing due to the additional invasion of Russia in Ukraine, not only the climate change response pledges, but also the importance of energy security, the two leaders are true energy security as soon as possible and fossil fuels. Recognizing that we reduce our dependence, we decided to strengthen our joint cooperation to secure energy supply networks, including fossil fuel and concentrated uranium.

The two leaders are carbon agents that are the core and reliable sources of power, an important factor in growing our clean energy economy, and recognizes the importance of nuclear power as an essential part of promoting global energy security. The two leaders will expand nuclear cooperation, while using the export promotion and capacity development means jointly, and establish a more resilient nuclear supply network, accelerating the development of advanced reactors and small module (SMR) and global deployment. I made a pledge. The two leaders reaffirmed that the two countries will participate in global private nuclear cooperation in accordance with the highest standards for nuclear expenses, including the addition of the International Atomic Energy Agency as a standard for international safety measures and nuclear supply agreements. While acknowledging the joint goal of strategic ties with respect for intellectual investments in each country, both leaders are transferred to Korea -US nuclear power technology transfer and export cooperation for the purpose of providing a firm foundation for strengthening cooperation in the US, Korea, and overseas nuclear power plants. It is promised to use the same means such as the Nuclear Power Committee in order to deepen the memorandum of understanding and to promote spent fuel management, nuclear export, fuel supply, and nuclear security. The United States welcomed Korea’s decision to participate in the Basic Infrastructure Program for Responsible Use of Technology as a US -led compact module type.

President Yoon Seok -yeol and Biden promised to strengthen the ROK -US alliance throughout the field of space cooperation. Based on Korea’s existing commitment to participate in the Artemis program, the two leaders agreed to promote joint research on space exploration and support the development of Korea’s Korean satellite navigation system (KPS). By the end of this year, the two leaders agreed to hold the 3rd Korea -US civilian dialogue and strengthen cooperation in the space industry. The two leaders also promised to continue cooperation to ensure safe, certain, and sustainable space environment, including quantum space policy dialogue, and to strengthen the defense cumulative partnership through combined practice.

President Yoon Seok -yeol and President Biden agree that the Korea -US Free Trade Agreement (KORUS FTA), which celebrated its 10th anniversary this year, is still the basis of the economic relations of both countries. In order to promote sustainable growth and financial stability, including orderly and well -operated foreign exchange markets, both leaders recognized the need to tightly discuss the trends of the foreign exchange market. The two leaders have promised to cooperate to respond to market distortion practices, sharing the common value and core benefits of fair and market -based competition.

Global Comprehensive Strategic Alliance: Beyond the Korean Peninsula

In the face of more and more complicated global challenges, including climate change and the threat of the 19th trend, President Yun Seok-yeol is an expanded role for free, peace, and prosperity in Korea’s India-Pacific Ocean and other regions. It has suggested that Korea’s global central state is planning to do it. The two leaders reaffirmed each other’s will for the global comprehensive strategic alliance between the two countries, which are firmly rooted in the common value of the two countries, promoting international order, corruption and human rights promotion based on democracy and norms. President Biden evaluated President Yoon Seok -yeol’s idea that he would like to accept greater responsibility at the region and global level, and welcomed Korea to play a leading role in the process of democracy.

Recognizing the existential threats of climate change, President Yoon Seok -yeol and President Biden have strong efforts to coordinate policies between sectors, along with 2030 greenhouse gas reduction targets and 2050 carbon neutral goals. The commitment to the reduction target (NDC) was reaffirmed. The two leaders also acknowledged the importance of rapid global behavior required to respond to the “Global Methane Pledge” and methane issues, and decided to promote cooperation to respond internationally to methane emissions. The two leaders decided to strengthen cooperation to accelerate clean energy such as hydrogen, clean shipping, uncharged vehicles, and to significantly reduce greenhouse gas emissions in the 2020s and to meet global carbon neutrality in 2050.

President Yoon Seok -yeol and President Biden promised to support the strengthening of multilateral efforts to prevent, prepare, and respond to infectious diseases. President Yoon Seok -yeol emphasized the leadership of President Biden, who convened a global corona 19 summit held in May 2022, and President Biden’s active participation of President Yoon Seok -yeol and promoting access to the Corona 19 means. The pledges announced by Korea were evaluated, including financial support for (ACT-A), fanding response, and support for the installation of the World Bank for Global Health Safety. President Biden welcomed Korea that this year, the GHSA -level meeting was held in the fall of the Global Health and Security Award (GHSA) and decided to establish a global health and security (GHS) coordination office for sustainable global and regional health security. The two countries will also strengthen their efforts in the quantum and multilateral discussions to promote bio stability and bio security norms. Based on successful health cooperation, the United States and Korea will accelerate cooperation and innovation on cancer research, advanced cancer treatment, mental health research, and mental health disorders early detection and treatment of mental health disorders and strengthen health systems.

President Yoon Seok -yeol and President Biden emphasized a common perception of special benefits provided by open, free, global, global, interoperable, reliable and safe Internet. In order to cope with the increase of threats by digital authoritarianism, the two leaders promised to create an open Internet (“network of networks”) and protect human rights. To achieve this, Korea is ready to support the declaration for the future of the Internet already supported by the United States. The two leaders also reaffirm the need to guarantee the Internet to continue a positive role in promoting the equity, equality and safety of women and girls in both countries. To this end, Korea and the United States participated as founding members in a global partnership for gender -based online harassment and abuse. Recognizing the importance of telecommunications security and business diversity, both leaders also promise to cooperate to develop open, transparent and safe 5G and 6G network equipment using open wireless connection network (Open-Ran) approach at home and abroad. I did it.

President Yoon Seok -yeol and President Biden are cyber hostile forces, cyber security of core infrastructure, cyber crime, and related funds, protection of virtual currency and blockchain applications, strengthening capacity, cyber training, information sharing, military authorities And cooperation on other international security issues in cyber space, including cooperation between the US and the United States on regional and international cyber policies.

President Yoon Seok -yeol and President Biden oppose all acts that impede international order based on the norm and cause unstable or threatening, and unite with the international community to oppose Russia’s unilateral attack against Ukraine. The two countries have responded firmly to this clear violation of international law by imposing self -financial sanctions and export control on Russian and Russian organizations, along with other allied countries in the international community, as well as humanitarian support for Ukraine. The two leaders confirmed that they would guarantee the effective implementation of their own actions and maintain our commitment to the principles of sovereignty and territorial preservation.

The two leaders decided to recognize the importance of prosperous, peaceful, free and open India-Pacific, and to strengthen mutual cooperation throughout the region. In this respect, President Biden expressed his support for President Yoon Seok-yeol’s idea of establishing Korea-Pacific Strategic Framework. President Yoon Seok-yeol also welcomed the US-Pacific strategy in the United States. Both leaders promised to work closely with the Indo-Pacific Economic Framework (IPEF) based on the principles of openness, transparency, and inclusiveness. Both leaders develop a comprehensive indian-Pacific economic framework (IPEF) that will lead to economic involvement in priority issues, including the digital economy, a resilient supply chain, clean energy, and sustainable economic growth. I agreed to be with me to go.

President Yoon Seok-yeol and President Biden reaffirmed their strong support for ASEAN-centricity and ASEAN’s perspective on the India and Pacific Ocean. The two leaders promised to promote cooperation with Southeast Asia and the Pacific Books to promote high -quality transparent investment, including sustainable development, energy security and high -quality infrastructure investment. President Biden welcomed President Yoon Seok -yeol’s interest in Quad, and paid attention to Korea’s complementary strengths, including the eradication of infectious diseases, responding to climate change, and the development of core technologies. The two leaders also decided to cooperate in infrastructure finance, including digital infrastructure in third countries. The two leaders emphasized the importance of Korea -Japan -Japan cooperation in effective response to joint economic challenges.

President Yoon Seok -yeol and Biden reaffirmed their promise to maintain peace and stability, legitimate and unbreakable commerce in the South China Sea and other sea, and to respect international laws, including the freedom of navigation, freedom of flight and the sea. The two leaders emphasized the importance of peace and stability in the Taiwan Strait as a key element of security and prosperity in India-Pacific regions. While sharing mutual concerns about the human rights situation in the India and Pacific regions, both leaders promised to promote human rights and rule of law around the world. Both leaders firmly condemn the brutal attacks of Myanmar’s army against Myanmar’s coup and civilians, and press the immediate discontinuation of violence, the release of the detained people, to the promptly returning to democracy through the limited humanitarian approach and democracy throughout Myanmar. Promise. The two leaders urge all nations to provide safe shelter to Myanmar people and to participate in banning weapons in Myanmar.

President Yoon Seok -yeol and President Biden shared the perception that the ROK -US alliance has matured with in -depth and comprehensive strategic relationships. Through the close ties, broad economic and investment linkage, and international order based on democracy, human rights and norms, Korea and the United States can respond to any challenge and capture all the opportunities in front of the two countries. I’m going. President Yoon Seok -yeol and President Biden promised to accept the importance of our joint commitment together and to constantly cooperate to expand and deepen the ties so that the two countries are successful in the rapidly changing world.

President Biden expressed his gratitude to President Yoon Seok -yeol’s warm hospitality and invited President Yoon Seok -yeol’s visit to Washington at a convenient time.