President Yoon Seok-yeol and Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida held a summit in Hiroshima, Japan, where the G7 summit will be held .
This was the third meeting between the leaders of Korea and Japan in two months, from President Yoon’s visit to Japan in March and Prime Minister Kishida’s visit to Seoul on the 7th.
President Yoon sat down with Prime Minister Kishida at the international conference hall in Hiroshima Peace Park today (21st) after the leaders of Korea and Japan jointly paid tribute to the memorial for Korean victims of the atomic bombing in Hiroshima.
At the meeting, President Yoon mentioned the joint visit of the Korean atomic bomb victims by the leaders of Korea and Japan and said, “It will be remembered as the Prime Minister’s courageous act to prepare for a peaceful future while conveying his condolences to the Korean atomic bomb victims.” said.
“When Prime Minister Kishida said during his last visit to Korea, ‘It is heartbreaking that the victims of forced labor went through painful and sad experiences in a harsh environment,’ it resonated greatly with the Korean people,” he said. I think the courage and determination you gave me is very precious.”
President Yoon also said, ” Based on the results of the G7 Summit, I hope that Korea-Japan cooperation on global agendas, including economic security, will further deepen. ” “I hope that we can in-depth share mutual solidarity and cooperation measures on countermeasures against this.”
In response, Prime Minister Kishida said토스카지노, “This is the third (Korea-Japan) meeting in two months,” and “I think Korea-Japan relations are actively progressing.”
“A little while ago, President Yoon and I jointly visited the memorial stone for the Korean atomic bomb victims, which is important for Korea-Japan relations and for praying for world peace,” he said.
Prime Minister Kishida revealed the meaning of the Korea-Japan summit by saying, “Following the future direction between Korea and Japan, I hope that we can exchange views on strengthening solidarity together on the global multilateral side.”