President Yoon Seok-yeol has done stupid things for the past five years, saying that the nuclear power industry has been devastated by the nuclear denuclearization bomb. He criticized the Moon Jae-in government head-on, even using such harsh expressions.
At the same time, President Yoon will attend the NATO summit on the 29th and 30th, and he is promoting summits with 10 countries.
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First, President Yoon strongly criticized the nuclear phase-out policy today.
At the place where you found a nuclear power plant company?
President Yoon visited a nuclear power plant company in Changwon, Gyeongnam this morning.
It has been two months since I visited the nuclear power plant site in April, when I was elected president.
At this meeting, he seriously criticized the Moon Jae-in government’s nuclear-free policy.
It is very unfortunate that the nuclear power plant industry, which needs to be developed further, has faced difficulties for several years, and it is necessary to correct it now.
Let’s hear it for yourself.
[윤석열 / 대통령 : 만일 우리가 지난 5년 동안 바보 같은 짓을 안 하고 이 원전 생태계를 더욱 탄탄히 구축했더라면 지금 아마 경쟁자가 전혀 없었을 것이라고 저는 확신합니다.]
At a meeting with the nuclear power plant industry partners, the nuclear power plant industry even compared the nuclear power plant industry to a battlefield that was ruined by a bomb exploding.
He urged us to boldly place an order for work and advance orders, otherwise we would not be able to save the nuclear power industry.
The resumption of construction of Shin-Hanul Units 3 and 4, which had been suspended during the Moon Jae-in administration, was also announced repeatedly.
We also ordered that the ordering contract be carried out promptly while complying with procedures and standards, and that bold measures should be taken to enable early ordering.
He also emphasized that nuclear power plant companies are on the verge of death and should provide prompt and drastic support, such as significantly expanding financial support.
President Yoon also emphasized that major countries around the world are in fierce competition for leadership in the future nuclear power plant market, and that high-ranking government officials will also run in every direction to sell this nuclear power plant.
At the end of this month, President Yun Seok-yeol is invited to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) summit.
Was there a briefing about this today?
National Security Office Director Kim Seong-han gave a briefing about the NATO schedule and announcements.
First, President Yun Seok-yeol, who will attend the NATO Summit on the 29th and 30th in Madrid, Spain, is promoting summit talks with about 10 countries.
The plan is to discuss economic issues such as nuclear power plants, semiconductors, and new and renewable energy, and to draw cooperation from each country in hosting the 2030 World Expo in Busan and cooperation on the North Korean nuclear issue.
The first Korea-Japan summit with Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida is uncertain, and although it is difficult to hold an official meeting, an official from the presidential office explained that it could be held in the form of an informal meeting.
The summit of the four countries of Korea, Japan, Australia and New Zealand is scheduled to take place, but it is said that there is a possibility that the leaders of Korea and Japan will meet separately here.
Although there was no official proposal for the Korea-U.S.-Japan summit, he said the possibility is open.
Director Kim Seong-han said that President Yoon would announce additional humanitarian aid to Ukraine at the NATO meeting.
An additional $50 million will be provided, but lethal weapons support is not included.
[김성한 / 국가안보실장 : 우리 정부 역시 글로벌 리더 국가로서 역할한다는 차원에서 이미 공여된 지원 외에 우크라이나에 대한 인도 지원 추가 공여를 발표할 예정입니다.]
The Korean government has also decided to establish a Junato representative office in Brussels, Belgium, where NATO headquarters is located for information sharing and cooperation with NATO.
Analysts say that the NATO summit will serve as an opportunity to solidify checks on China and Russia, but a presidential office official said that there is no need to interpret the South Korean leader’s participation in NATO as a transition to anti-China and anti-Russian policies.
He added that, as there is an official spouse program at the NATO meeting, Kim Kun-hee is also considering participation as much as possible.
So far, this is YTN Park So-jung from the Yongsan Presidential Office.
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