President Yoon Seok-yeol, who is visiting Hiroshima, Japan to attend the G7 summit, will hold a bilateral summit with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky on the 21st .
According to the presidential office, President Yun will hold his first Korea-Ukraine summit with President Zelensky this afternoon.
The meeting was concluded when President Yoon accepted Zelensky’s request. The heads of state of the two countries will sit face to face for about 30 minutes and exchange views on major pending issues, including support plans. South Korea does not provide arms support to Ukraine.
An official from the presidential office met with the visiting reporters for the G7 summit and said, “We need to consider the environment and restrictions that our country can provide메이저사이트.” We will decide accordingly,” he said.
The official said, “The role Korea has played is called humanitarian aid, but it includes comprehensive aid.” will do,” he explained.
President Yoon Seok-yeol greets Olena Zelenska, wife of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, at the Presidential Office in Yongsan, Seoul on the 16th. Provided by the President’s Office
Previously, on the 16th, President Yoon met with his wife Olena Zelenska, who visited Korea as a special envoy to President Zelensky, at the Presidential Office in Yongsan to express support and solidarity. In particular, he stressed that the use of force and inhumane acts resulting in harm to innocent lives are unacceptable. Furthermore, it made clear its intention to support in solidarity with the international community.
On the 17th, he attended the Asian Leadership Conference ( ALC ) and emphasized that Russia’s illegal invasion of Ukraine and attempts to change the status quo by force should never become a ‘successful precedent’, and reaffirmed his support and solidarity with Ukraine.
During her meeting with President Yun, Ms. Zelenska expressed her understanding of South Korea’s position that it is difficult to provide lethal weapons, and requested non-lethal equipment such as mine detection and removal equipment and ambulance vehicles. She also shared her position that she wants Korean companies to be involved in the reconstruction process.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, who arrived at Hiroshima Airport to attend the G7 summit on the afternoon of the 20th, gets off the French government plane he was on . yunhap news
Meanwhile, President Zelensky, who arrived in Hiroshima, Japan on the afternoon of the 20th, is known to have requested talks from the leaders of almost all countries attending the G7 summit, including Japan, the chair country. He plans to attend a meeting with G7 leaders to discuss the situation in Ukraine.