Australia, South Korea sign historic defense agreement
14 December 2021 | 8:37 am
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison and South Korean President Moon Jae-in have signed a defense deal worth 1 billion Australian dollars as the two countries mark 60 years of diplomatic relations.
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