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In two closely spaced nanowires system, where domain walls exist in both of the nanowires, applying spin‐polarized current to any of the nanowire will induce domain wall motions in the adjacent nanowire. The zero‐current domain wall motion is accommodated by magnetostatic interaction between the domain walls. As the current density is increased, chirality flipping is observed in the adjacent nanowire where no current is applied. When current is applied to both nanowires, the coupled domain wall undergoes oscillatory motion. Coupling breaking is observed at a critical current density which varies in a non‐linear manner with respect to the interwire spacing.