South Korean President Hails US Ties in Face of North Korea Threat During Address to Congress

The 70-year-old alliance between the United States and South Korea preserved a frail peace that allowed a new nation founded on the principles of free-market democracy to prosper, South Korean President Yoon Suk Yeol said in an address to Congress.
And now, in a “decisive moment” in history, South Korea will use its economic prowess as a “compass of freedom for citizens of the world,” he said during a 45-minute speech in which he quoted U.S. Presidents Ronald Reagan and John F. Kennedy.
No nation offers a better example than South Korea of the benefits of taking the “right path” to democracy instead of the “wrong path” to the totalitarianism being pushed by China, Russia, Iran, and North Korea, Yoon said….

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