President Yoon Seok-yeol will depart tomorrow (19th) to attend the G7 summit of seven major countries to be held in Hiroshima, Japan.
For 2 nights and 3 days, we are planning to hold a bilateral meeting with the leaders of major countries as well as the Korea-US-Japan summit, and engage in a breathless summit diplomatic battle.
Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida and the memorial stone for Korean atomic bomb victims also visit.
This is reporter Bang Jun-hyeok’s report.
The security around the symbol of Hiroshima, Japan, ‘A-Bomb Dome’ has become tighter.
Heads of state, including US President Joe Biden, are arriving one after another, and in addition to the G7 , 8 countries including Korea, Australia and India were invited to this meeting.
This is our 4th attendance.
At this meeting, the situation in Ukraine and nuclear disarmament will be discussed, and President Yoon will attend an enlarged session to discuss global agendas such as the food and energy crisis. The schedule for separate meetings with key leaders during
the G7 was also officially announced.
On the first day, he sat face-to-face with the prime ministers of Australia and Vietnam, followed by summit talks with India, Indonesia and the UK the next day토토사이트.
On Sunday, the closing day, a summit meeting with Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida will be held, and the first Korea-US-Japan summit in half a year will be promoted.
It is expected that the three countries will review the real-time sharing of North Korean missile information and discuss strengthening military security and economic security cooperation.
<Jake Sullivan / US National Security Adviser> “All three countries are willing to hold talks. In particular, the support of the US has made substantial progress in Korea-Japan relations, and the strengthening of Korea-Japan relations will lead to a stronger trilateral relationship. Because I know that.”
The leaders of South Korea and Japan will also visit a memorial stone for Korean atomic bomb victims.
President Yoon is also coordinating schedules for meetings with Zainichi Koreans who were affected by the atomic bombing.
Attending the G7 is expected to serve as an opportunity to accelerate closer contact with the West following the state visit to the United States and the restoration of shuttle diplomacy between Korea and Japan.
The challenge is how to get through the backlash from China and Russia.