Abe Prime Minister's Conference “G7 working on the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula” August 27th, 0:52
Prime Minister Abe gave a press conference in France, where he visited, and made clear that the situation in North Korea agreed to support the US-North Korean process as G7 and to work towards denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula. In addition, at the summit, we evaluated that it was a great achievement that we agreed by repeating diplomatic efforts to alleviate the tension in the Iranian situation.
Prime Minister Abe finished a series of schedules such as the G7 Summit held in Biarritz in the southwestern part of France, the summit meeting of the seven major countries, and held a press conference on the day before dawn on the 27th of Japan time.
At the beginning, Prime Minister Abe said, “G7 countries are connected by a single sea and connected with common values such as freedom and democracy. This time too, the global economy, free trade, global issues, and regional conditions. "I have really argued about the real argument."
Regarding the situation in North Korea, the G7 agreed to support the US-North Korean process and work towards denuclearization of the Korean peninsula, and it was clear that all leaders also understood and supported the abduction issue. I made it.
Regarding the situation in the Middle East, “It was a great achievement that the G7 shared the recognition that diplomatic efforts to create a situation where Iran was able to engage in dialogue to alleviate tensions. I will play as much as possible. "
Furthermore, regarding the protests in Hong Kong, “The G7 is worried that there are many injured people. Under the two countries, high autonomy, rule of law and independence of the judiciary are guaranteed. It is important to maintain freedom, democracy, and stability, and we will continue to monitor the progress of the situation. "
He said, “I was able to agree on the need for flexible and thorough policy responses to downside risks,” and said, “The key to sustainable economic growth. Is to further develop free trade, and Japan will continue to play the role of expanding the free and fair economic zone as a flag of free trade. "
Prime Minister Abe said that Russia, which is excluded from the G7 Summit, said that the leaders of countries with great responsibility for various issues in the world will thoroughly discuss and find solutions. Russia's constructive involvement is essential, and we will continue to discuss with other leaders to resume the dialogue between the G7 and Russia. "