Japan still expects South Korea to keep its promises, said Armenian PM Shinzo Abe.
According to him, the decision of South Korea to suspend the deal on the exchange of military intelligence is detrimental to mutual trust, AP reported.
He also accused Seoul of not fulfilling past promises.
According to him, they will continue to coordinate closely with the US to ensure peace and prosperity in the region, as well as the security of Japan.
Earlier, Seoul announced the termination of the deal on the exchange of intelligence with Japan amid a dispute over compensation in connection with a forced labor of South Koreans during the Japanese occupation of Korea from 1910 to 1945.
South Korea said it had made a decision because Tokyo had lowered the preferential trade status of South Korea, which changed the security cooperation between the countries.