Japan-Korea Foreign Ministers Meeting Announced in the Afternoon
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan announced that a foreign minister meeting between Foreign Minister Mogi and Foreign Minister Kang Kyung-hwa will be held in Nagoya in the afternoon of 23rd. Opinions are expected to be exchanged based on the Korean government's decision to maintain the Japan-Korea Military Information Comprehensive Protection Agreement = GSOMIA.
In Nagoya, the G20 = 20 major foreign ministers' meetings have been held since the 22nd.
In line with this, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced on the afternoon of the 23rd that a 15-minute meeting will be held between Foreign Minister Mogi and Foreign Minister Kang Kyung-hwa.
The talks between the two foreign ministers are the second time since September, and the Korean government will exchange opinions on the 22nd based on the decision to maintain the GSOMIA, a military-information comprehensive protection agreement between Japan and Korea that was about to expire. It is possible.
In the talks, Mr. Motegi will also urge the Korean side to rectify the violation of international law on the issue of “recruitment” during the Pacific War.