South Korea Excludes preferential countries, and strongly regrets "Ball on the Japanese side" August 28, 19:07
In response to the enforcement of a government ordinance that excluded South Korea from export-preferential countries on 28th, senior officials from the Cheong Wa Dae held a press conference and expressed their strong regret.
On the other hand, he stated, “The ball is on the Japanese side,” and reiterated the idea that if Japan withdraws measures related to export control, it is ready to reconsider the destruction of the comprehensive military information protection agreement = “GSOMIA” It was.
Korea ’s Presidential Office Kim Hyun-jung ’s second security officer held a press conference in Seoul in response to a government ordinance that excluded South Korea from export-preferential countries on the 28th. .
In this, Kim Deputy Director Kim criticized, saying, “Japan treats Korea like an adversary” after showing strong regret.
On the other hand, if Japan withdraws measures over export control, it says that “the ball is on the Japanese side,” stating that the military information comprehensive protection agreement = “GSOMIA” is ready to be reconsidered. Asked for.
Meanwhile, President Moon Jae-in visited the southern part of Ulsan on the morning of 28th and attended the auto parts factory groundbreaking ceremony.
President Mun did not mention the enforcement of the decree directly, but stated that "we must protect our economy when political retaliation occurs for political purposes" to help prevent the domestic economy from being affected. Appealed the attitude to focus on measures.