President Yoon Seok- yeol held a Korea-Japan summit in Hiroshima, Japan, where the G7 summit will be held on the 21st, and said, “ Based on the results of the G7 summit, I hope that Korea and Japan will further deepen cooperation on global agendas, including economic security.” .
After commenting on the opening remarks at the Korea-Japan summit held in Hiroshima this morning, President Yoon said, “Based on the deep trust of Prime Minister Kishida and myself, we have decided to develop mutual solidarity and cooperation on the direction of development of bilateral relations as well as measures to respond to global issues. I hope we can share deeply with each other.”
Referring to the visit to the memorial stone for Korean atomic bomb victims in Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park right before the meeting with Prime Minister Kishida, President Yoon said, “It is the first time that the leaders of the two countries have visited together, and it is also the first time that a Korean president has visited them.” Explained.
“Our visit together will be remembered as our prime minister’s courageous act to convey his condolences to the Korean atomic bomb victims and at the same time prepare for a peaceful future,” he stressed.
President Yoon continued, “When Prime Minister Kishida said during his last visit to Korea that he was heartbroken that the victims of forced labor had to go through painful and sad experiences in a harsh environment, it resonated greatly with the Korean people.” I think it is very valuable for the courage and determination of the prime minister,” he added.
Kishida “showing progress in Korea-Japan relations”
Prime Minister Kishida also mentioned in his remarks at the Korea-Japan summit meeting that he had visited the shrine with President Yoon right before the meeting, saying, “It is very important in Korea-Japan relations and in praying for world peace메이저사이트.”
Prime Minister Kishida gave meaning to the third Korea-Japan summit in two months as “a clear demonstration of progress in Korea-Japan relations.”
At the same time, he explained that he would like to discuss strengthening bilateral cooperation on global tasks with President Yoon at the Korea-Japan summit held on the occasion of the G7 summit held in Hiroshima . He expressed his gratitude to
President Yoon for attending the G7 Hiroshima Summit, and also expressed his hope that after the summit, he would visit the Atomic Bomb Museum in the Peace Memorial Park along with the leaders of other G7 summit observers.