S. Korea set guideline on using radar on Japan patrol plane in 2019

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South Korea’s military had set a guideline in February 2019 on what kind of situation to lock its fire-control radar on a Japanese Self-Defense Forces patrol plane, two months after it carried out the move, the country’s lawmaker said Friday.

Relations between South Korea and Japan — U.S. security allies in the region — sharply deteriorated against a backdrop of the radar irradiation, along with unresolved historical grievances, Tokyo’s imposition of export control measures and other disputes.

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