South Korea signs deal to pay more for U.S. troops after Trump demand
Sunday, 10 February 2019 South Korean officials signed a short-term agreement on Sunday that would boost the amount Seoul contributes toward the upkeep of U.S. troops on the peninsula, after a previous deal lapsed amid U.S. President Donald Trump's call for more money.
Officials have signed a short-term agreement to boost South Korea’s contribution toward the upkeep of U.S. troops on the peninsula, after a previous deal lapsed amid U.S. President Donald Trump’s call for the South to pay more. Grace Lee reports.
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