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2019-05-23T20:30:06.088Z

Foreign Minister Kang Kyung-sha and Japanese Foreign Minister Konodaro met at the Pullman Hotel in Paris on Monday to discuss the mutual interests of the Supreme Court, including the ruling on the forced mobilization of the Supreme Court. Kang Kyung-hwa first said, "We have celebrated the opening of Ray and the era in Japan, and we sincerely congratulate them," he said. "We hope that Korea-Japan relations will overcome difficult problems and move forward in the future."


Foreign Minister Kang Kyung-sha and Japanese Foreign Minister Konodaro met at the Pullman Hotel in Paris on Monday to discuss the mutual interests of the Supreme Court, including the ruling on the forced mobilization of the Supreme Court.

Kang Kyung-hwa first said, "We have celebrated the opening of Ray and the era in Japan, and we sincerely congratulate them," he said. "We hope that Korea-Japan relations will overcome difficult problems and move forward in the future."

"I think that a spokesman for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Korea has said that there is no problem with the implementation of the ruling by the Korean Supreme Court of the Republic of Korea," Kono said. "I think this is a very serious statement that does not understand the gravity of the issue."

"I want to share the awareness that such a statement makes the relationship very difficult," he said. "I hope that the relationship we have worked with today will be improved a little."

Kim In-cheol, a spokesman for the Foreign Ministry, said in a regular briefing on the matter that Foreign Minister Koono expressed his sense of responsibility to President Moon Jae-in and responded to the ruling. There is a bar.

(Photo: Yonhap News)

Source: sbskr

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