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Japanese PM calls S. Korea ‘most important neighbor’ during policy speech

Japanese PM calls S. Korea ‘most important neighbor’ during policy speech

japan’s Prime Minister took a
conciliatory tone towards whole than his policy speech to Parliament Shinzo Abe a
call for a future-oriented ties however hinted that his country won’t be budging
on disputes over history Kim Minji tells us more in his policy speech Monday to
the National Diet Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe a referred to South
Korea as his country’s most important neighbor essentially South Korea is the
most important neighbor with which Japan shares basic values and strategic
interests that’s in contrast to his policy speech in January last year which
left out any mention of Tokyo’s ties was home only to say that Japan will work
with the u.s. South Korea and the international community on North Korea
there have since been efforts to build bridges such as holds decision to
conditionally maintain their joint military until sharing pact
while Japan partially eases export restrictions on South Korea the leaders
of the two countries also held a summit last December where they agreed on the
need for bilateral talks and not leave her disputes on addressed but during
Monday’s speech ahve also made clear that Tokyo won’t go easy and it’s
long-running raava’s hone over compensation for wartime forced labor
Japan claims some matters of reparation were settled by 1965 treaty that
normalized ties between the two I sincerely hope South Korea keeps the
promises made between the two countries and works towards building
future-oriented relations some experts say despite the divide over history the
change in tone creates at least a chance for progress Prime Minister Abe a has
not used the term strategic interest since 2016 so we can say the mood has
definitely improved and that he’s trying to foster corporate ties again but
there’s still no solution to their bilateral dispute over history with
neither soul nor Tokyo willing to compromise that are walking on thin ice
but there’s no doubt this change in tone indicates that they’ll be able to take
things in a future-oriented direction on North Korea the Japanese leader said he
wants to work toward normalization of bilateral ties by settling their
unfortunate past based on the Japan Korea Pyongyang
declaration we will resolve various issues with North Korea settle the
unfortunate past and aim for the normalization of diplomatic relations he
reiterated his determination to deal with North Korea’s kidnapping of
Japanese nationals decades ago still unresolved and to sit down with North
Korean leader Kim jong-un without any preconditions community Arirang news

4 comments on “Japanese PM calls S. Korea ‘most important neighbor’ during policy speech

  1. At least a little light, we wish both the best this year. 2020 the year of the Olímpics games, you have a great opportunity that lead to a better understanding, fighting.

  2. "Most important neighbour" LMAO

    Yeah, nice show of trying to hurt and disrespect your neighbour. Why are these Japanese politicians so two-faced?

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