Park Ji-won, former head of the National Intelligence Service, insisted that former President Moon Jae-in, if requested to be subpoenaed by the prosecution in connection with the "attacking of a public official in the West Sea," should be refused.

Former Director Park appeared on MBC radio today (7th) and said, "Looking at what has come out so far, the prosecution cannot and should not investigate former President Moon."

He said, "I said from the beginning that the prosecution was aiming at President Moon. The actual blade is going there," he emphasized.

On the other hand, former director Park said on Facebook about the rise in President Yoon Seok-yeol's approval rating in line with the strike by the cargo union, "I predicted that President Yoon's Gangdaegang policy would appear as a rallying support group." should be done concurrently," he said.

He, who served as the last NIS director of the Moon Jae-in administration, is currently applying for reinstatement to the Democratic Party.

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