Korean Prime Minister talks with Japanese and Korean parliamentary leaders “Handing over tomorrow's letter to Prime Minister Abe” October 23, 11:57
South Korean Prime Minister Lee Na Kyung, who is visiting Japan, met with executives of the Japan-Korea Parliamentary Federation and expressed his desire to improve the worsening relations between Japan and Korea. I was told to hand over the president's letter.
South Korean Prime Minister Lee Na Kyung, who is visiting Japan, met with former LDP Minister Nukaga from the Liberal Democratic Party serving as the president of the Japan-Korea Parliamentary Federation in Tokyo on the 23rd in order to participate in the ceremonial ceremony .
According to Mr. Nukaga, Prime Minister Lee said, “I was surprised that the rain went off at the same time as the ceremonial ceremony started, and that the clear sky was clear. He expressed his desire to improve the relationship and talked with Prime Minister Abe on the 24th that he handed over the letter of President Moon Jane.
Mr. Nukaga also pointed out that the issue of “recruitment”, “The successive administrations of Japan and Korea have built a friendly relationship based on the Japan-Korea claim agreement,” and requested an appropriate response. On the other hand, Prime Minister Lee stressed that “the Korean government is basically supposed to keep the agreement,” and agreed that it would make efforts to improve the environment for the realization of the Japan-Korea summit. is.
After this, Nukaga told reporters, “The continued relationship between Japan and South Korea is a negative for both countries. We shared our thoughts to find solutions with mutual wisdom and regain friendly relations. "Said.