S Korea’s presidential office refutes Japanese media reports

S Korea’s presidential office refutes Japanese media reports

shifting our focus to these whole Tokyo
Intel sharing pact which has been extended but is once again caught up in
controversy Japanese officials reportedly construed the deal as a
one-sided win for them with no concessions made on trade and denies of
apologizing to solve for such distortion Shin Semin has the latest in a read out
to reporters south korea’s senior presidential secretary for public
communication again confirmed that tokyo did apologize to Seoul for the
controversy Japanese officials created by claiming that the G somya decision
was a total win for Japan South Korea’s presidential office was responding to a
reports and the Japanese daily Yomiuri Shimbun encoding an official at Japan’s
foreign ministry as denying that Japan had apologized to South Korea according
to Seoul’s national security director Tony young the day before Japan made an
apology after his homeland filed a formal complaint over the distorted way
Japan made the G someo announcement Chung had also expressed grave regret
over Japan possibly having leaked details about to Sonia’s extension
before it was announced last Friday and he added the Japanese trade ministry
exaggerated what it got out of the deal by claiming it had made no concessions
at all Japan’s chief cabinet secretary Yoshihide Suga doubled out on that
Monday saying the export curves were completely unrelated to jus Samia and
that Japan did not apologize nevertheless the South Korean government
is clear that it will handle diplomacy with Japan in a principled way Seoul s
trade minister also on the sidelines of the ASEAN summits in busan said and the
administration will work to speed up the hosting of a policy dialogue between the
two countries / expert controls no end in sight it seems as to back and forth
between the two neighbors on who said what and what was agreed on top of the
warnings already established the South Korean presidential office is firm that
everything depends on Japan’s attitude in future negotiations Shin Semin
Arirang news Busan


11 thoughts on “S Korea’s presidential office refutes Japanese media reports”

  • Thistlejoe Lullaby says:

    SKorean govt. is now desperate to counteract against the correct news report by Japanese media in order to save its face. lol

  • Зенюс Янулявичус says:

    There were no concessions under the table – Korean officials are lying. The US Senate passed a law requiring Korea to retain GSOMIA.

    Japan will continue to talk – but talk at all not about what Korea wants – but about what Korea is obliged to do – to abandon #nonojapan and return the property of Japanese companies in order to prevent further deterioration of the export regime to Korea. Korea still has

  • I see less and less pro-Korea posts in spite of all these propaganda from this news agency. I'm hoping the people of Korea starting to realize what the truth is…

  • jeeeez….the anti-korea posts are in full swing. Gents "the real korea" is not that bad a place to be. You can do whatever you wish with the northern one. I dont think anyone in the world would give a fuck.

  • Japan has had apoligized many times over: Pasted link in Korean:            https://ko.wikipedia.org/wiki/%EC%9D%BC%EB%B3%B8%EC%9D%B4_%EA%B3%B5%ED%8F%AC%ED%95%9C_%EC%A0%84%EC%9F%81_%EC%82%AC%EA%B3%BC_%EC%84%B1%EB%AA%85_%EB%AA%A9%EB%A1%9D

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