President Yoon Seok-yeol met with Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida on the 21st and said, “It will be remembered as Prime Minister Kishida’s courageous act to prepare for a peaceful future.”
President Yoon made these remarks during a summit meeting with Prime Minister Kishida on the occasion of the G7 summit held in Hiroshima, Japan. The Korea-Japan summit took place right after President Yun and Prime Minister Kishida jointly visited the memorial stone for Korean atomic bomb victims. Previously, President Yoon and Prime Minister Kishida visited the Korean Atomic Bomb Victims Memorial Tower in Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park at around 7:30 am on the same day and jointly paid their respects.
In his remarks at the Korea-Japan summit, President Yoon said, “Prime Minister Kishida and I just paid our respects together at the Korean Atomic Bomb Victims’ Cenotaph here in Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park.” It’s the first time I’ve been to the shrine,” he said카지노사이트.
President Yoon said, “Our visit together today will be remembered as our prime minister’s courageous act to prepare for a peaceful future while conveying his condolences to the Korean atomic bomb victims.”
President Yoon also said, “When Prime Minister Kishida said during his last visit to Korea that he was heartbroken that the victims of forced labor went through painful and sad experiences in a harsh environment, it resonated greatly with the Korean people.” I think your courage and determination are very valuable.”
President Yoon expressed his gratitude to Prime Minister Kishida, saying, “Thank you for warmly welcoming me and our delegation while presiding over the entire event.” Korea was invited by Japan to attend the G7 summit as an observer.
President Yoon continued, “ Based on the results of the G7 Summit, I hope that Korea-Japan cooperation on global agendas, including economic security, will deepen.” I hope that we can in-depth share mutual solidarity and cooperation measures on countermeasures against this.”
Regarding the joint visit by the heads of state of Korea and Japan to the memorial for Korean atomic bomb victims, Prime Minister Kishida said, “I think it was a very important event for the peace and prosperity of the world and the peace of Korea and Japan. At the same time, we will visit the Peace Memorial Museum and have many conversations.”
Prime Minister Kishida said, “This is the third meeting with President Yoon in two months,” and “I think we are showing progress in Japan-Korea relations between our leaders.”