President Mun speaks at the United Nations General Assembly Avoids direct criticism of Japan September 25, 5:43
South Korean President Moon Jae-in spoke at the United Nations General Assembly and suggested that the demilitarized zone between South Korea and North Korea be an international peace zone. On the other hand, as for Japan, he said, “East Asia can reflect on the past and develop further when it protects the value of free and fair trade,” avoiding direct criticism.
Korea ’s President Moon Jae-in spoke at the United Nations General Assembly at dawn on the 25th of Japan time.
President Moon spent a lot of time in relations with North Korea, and in June, talked about the meeting between American President Trump and Kim Jong-un, the Korean Labor Party chairman, at Panmunjom (Panmen Branch). We declared the full beginning of the era. I hope both leaders will take one step further. "
He stressed the need for both North and South to prosper in order to establish peace on the Korean Peninsula, proposing to make the demilitarized zone between Korea and North Korea an international peace zone, and registering it as a World Heritage Site. Said that it aims to.
On the other hand, President Mun said, “East Asia has overcome the pain of aggression and colonial rule. We can develop further when we defend the value of free and fair trade on a serious reflection on the past.” It was.
Furthermore, he emphasized that “Korea will cooperate with the neighboring country as a partner”.
President Mun avoided direct criticism of Japan, but the Korean media said, “Along with the conflict between the two countries, there is an analysis that it is a message for Japan.”