China News Service, May 10th. According to a report by South Korean Radio International (KBS) on the 10th, South Korean President Moon Jae-in delivered a special speech on the 4th anniversary of his inauguration on the 10th, emphasizing overcoming the new crown crisis, realizing an economic rebound, and restarting the peace process on the Korean Peninsula.

In addition, when referring to the upcoming South Korea-US summit meeting on May 21, Moon Jae-in also said that he would take this opportunity to further consolidate the alliance between South Korea and the United States.

Data map: South Korean President Moon Jae-in.

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  Moon Jae-in particularly emphasized overcoming the new crown epidemic. He said that although South Korean citizens have not yet returned to their daily lives, the war against the new crown epidemic has begun to dawn. At the same time, the government is smoothly carrying out the introduction and vaccination of vaccines, and continues to ensure more Efforts with multiple vaccines.

  Moon Jae-in said that under the new crown epidemic, the economy is still growing rapidly, and the government will strive to achieve a major economic rebound, and emphasized that the government will actively adopt expansionary fiscal policies and domestic demand stimulus policies, as well as vigorously support corporate investment.

Moon Jae-in took job-related policies as the main topic, and said that the end of full economic recovery is to solve the problem of economic inequality, and will help small industrial and business people who have been hit hard by the new crown epidemic overcome difficulties.

  When talking about real estate issues, Moon Jae-in said that he would thoroughly prevent speculation and establish a fair real estate transaction order.

  According to Korean media reports, Moon Jae-in also stated that the Biden administration of the United States and South Korea have completed close consultations on the DPRK policy.

The coming year will be a precious opportunity to achieve irreversible peace on the Korean Peninsula. It is now an important time to put long-term thinking into action.

  When referring to the upcoming South Korea-U.S. summit on May 21, Moon Jae-in said that he would take this opportunity to further consolidate the relationship between South Korea and the U.S. Ways to achieve new steps in peaceful cooperation.