청와대, 오늘 NSC서 지소미아 논의,...연장 가능성에 무게

South Korea's Security/' title='National Security News'>National Security Council has reportedly been discussing the fate of the military intelligence sharing pact with Japan this afternoon.
A decision either way could have great import for the badly strained relations between Seoul and Tokyo.
Our Shin Se-min is standing by at the Blue House. Se-min have we heard anything official yet?
If the decision is made and delivered we're expecting that to happen this evening.
The National Security Council session, chaired by security chief Chung Eui-yong kicked off a little over an hour ago and that's the meeting where sources say officials will discuss whether to renew or withdraw from the real-time information sharing deal, the General Security of Military Information Agreement, known as GSOMIA.
And the outcome of those talks will be reported straight to President Moon Jae-in who has reportedly cleared his schedule for the rest of the day.
Officials here say the final decision one way or the other could come as early as this today.
It should be pointed out that the clock is ticking.
The notification deadline is set for Saturday now less than 48 hours or so from now.
If neither South Korea nor Japan declare their intent to withdraw by Saturday the 90-day notice deadline the pact will be automatically renewed for another year.
South Korea has dangled the idea of leaving GSOMIA since Japan accused Seoul of illegally transferring chemical materials to North Korea,... one of the reasons Tokyo gave for imposing its export curbs.
Se-min, what's the likelihood South Korea will renew the pact? Any signs either way?
It's still unclear at this point,... but the general consensus here seems to be that South Korea will renew.
But there's also the possibility for a conditional renewal which would mean restricted information exchanges for the time being,... while the two sides try to resolve their diplomatic issues.
It's also important to remember that the dispute between South Korea and Japan WASHINGTON's top allies in Northeast Asia could negatively impact regional efforts to monitor North Korea that has recently ramped up its military activities.

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