• 최종편집 2024-06-13(목)
 

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At the Korea-Japan summit on the 7th, President Yoon Suk Yeol said, "The two leaders confirmed that improving Korea-Japan relations would greatly benefit the people of both countries.We agreed to continue developing bilateral relations to a higher level."
 
 "We once again agreed that Korea and Japan should cooperate closely in the process of responding to security, economy, and global agendas," President Yoon said in a joint press conference after havinga conversation with Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida at the presidential office in Yongsan, Seoul.  
 
 Regarding economic cooperation, Yoon said, "Kishida and I agreed to strengthen cooperation in this area so that Korean chipmakers and Japan's leading small and medium-sized companies can build solid semiconductor supply chains together."
 
 In addition, "Prime Minister Kishida and I shared the perception that North Korea's nuclear and missile development is a serious threat to peace and stability not only on the Korean Peninsula and Japan but also around the world.""We agreed that close communication and consultation between the leaders of the three countries, including the three-way summit, are very important in the upcoming G7 summit."
 
 President Yoon said, "I hope that the G7 summit meeting will further shape cooperation on global issues such as health, global supply chain, and climate change."
 
 Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida paid tribute to the National Cemetery in Dongjak-dong, Seoul, on his first visit to Korea.It is the first time in 12 years that an incumbent Japanese prime minister has visited the cemetery.

 

 

 
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