“Winnerless Games” Excluded from Export Controlled Countries Korea President August 8, 12:08
South Korean President Moon Jae-in said that the Japanese government promulgated a government ordinance that would exclude South Korea from the preferential countries for export control on the 7th. It must be, but the measures taken so far are not profitable for both countries. After all, it is a game without a winner.
This is what Korean President Moon Jae-in stated at the beginning of the National Economic Advisory Meeting held at Cheong Wa Dae on the morning of the 8th.
In response to the promulgation of the government's decree to exclude South Korea from the preferential countries for export control on the 7th, President Moon said, “I have to watch a little more about how far Japan will pull this situation. The measures up to are not profitable to both countries. "
On top of that, he said, “After all, including Japan itself will be a victim, a game without a winner,” he accused the government of Japan repeatedly and called for withdrawal of measures as soon as possible.
In addition, President Mun introduced the data compiled by the American think tank about the Japanese government's review of necessary operations from the security perspective, saying, “Unlike Japan's claim, Korea is more strategic than Japan. It is highly evaluated that it is managing exports.
On the other hand, the Japanese government gave permission for export to Korea for the first time for raw materials such as semiconductors, which had strict export controls, but did not mention this.