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GSOMIA expiring South Korea

2019-11-22T03:04:40.422Z

Japan-Korea Military Information Comprehensive Protection Agreement = GSOMIA expires at midnight on the 23rd, and the Korean government is trying to reinforce export control.



GSOMIA expires in South Korea final declaration by evening or November 22 11:53

While the expiration of the Japan-Korea Military Information Comprehensive Protection Agreement = GSOMIA is approaching midnight on the 23rd, the Korean government has determined whether there is a positive change in the Japanese response to strengthening export control. The final position will be revealed by the evening of the 22nd.

The Japan-Korea Military Information Comprehensive Protection Agreement = GSOMIA is scheduled to expire at midnight on the 23rd, and Korea emphasizes that it will endeavor to break through the situation.

According to a public opinion poll released by the Korean public opinion survey organization “Korean Gallup” on the 22nd, 51% of respondents answered that they decided to abolish GSOMIA, and 29% said they were “incorrect”. %.

The Korean government will determine whether there will be a positive change in the Japanese response to public trends and strengthening export controls, and decide on a final response by the evening of the 22nd. It seems to clarify the final position.

According to the Korean news, “the atmosphere has not changed that we can't reverse the decision to end GSOMIA without a name”.

On the other hand, President Moon Jae-in attended the semiconductor-related factory workshop on the morning of the 22nd, and Japan will continue to take measures to strengthen export control while focusing on developing domestic industries. Is emphasized.

Japan Ministry of Foreign Affairs executive “Japan-Korea exchanges continue now”

The Japanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs officials told reporters before noon on the 22nd that “the exchange between Japanese and Korean foreign authorities is still ongoing”.

Source: nhk

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