NHK News Calls for Resolving the Situation through Dialogue on the Korean Side |
South Korea ’s Foreign Minister Kang Kyung-hwa held a meeting with Foreign Minister Kono on the 21st.
South Korea to call for a breakthrough through dialogue Dialogue between Japan and Korea Foreign Ministers' Meeting August 21 6:07
South Korean Foreign Minister Kang Kyung-hwa held a dialogue with Foreign Minister Kono on the 21st, before Japan left Korea as a preferential export control country on 28th of this month. The idea is to call for a breakthrough.
South Korea ’s Foreign Minister Kang Kyung-hwa will attend a meeting of foreign ministers in Japan, China and South Korea on the 21st in the suburbs of Beijing, China, and will have a separate meeting with Foreign Minister Kono.
Prior to the meeting, Foreign Minister Kang said, “I think it is a very difficult situation, but I want to actively convey the position of the Korean government,” and in a meeting with Minister Kono, the Japanese government is eligible for export control on 28th of this month. The idea is to call for the breakthrough of the situation through dialogue before excluding Korea from the country.
Minister Kan Kang said that the agreement for sharing and protecting the security information of both Japan and South Korea, which is due for automatic renewal on the 24th of this month = GSOMIA, Not. "
With regard to GSOMIA, Japan and the United States should be extended, and Korea ’s Presidential Office has also begun to be cautious when it comes to destruction. There seems to be a speculation to control the Japanese side.
On the other hand, on the issue of “recruitment” during the Pacific War, which the Japanese government is seeking to correct the violation of international law, the Korean government ’s senior official said, “If there is a positive change in Japan, the Korean government There is a possibility that the discussion will follow the parallel line, suggesting that the Korean side does not intend to actively respond to the situation.