NHK “The Japanese government is in the process of coordinating the Korea-US-Japan summit”… Kishida: “Korea-Japan summit undecided”

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NHK Broadcasting said today (21st) that the Japanese government is in the process of holding the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) summit to be held at the end of this month as an opportunity to hold a trilateral summit between Korea, the US, and Japan or a four-way summit with Korea, Japan, Australia, and New Zealand. ) reported.

Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida is planning to exchange opinions on the security environment in the Indo-Pacific region if each meeting is realized, and confirm the policy of cooperating with China to advance into the sea and respond to North Korea’s nuclear and missile issues, NHK Broadcasting said. .

Prime Minister Kishida said, “A specific schedule has not been set yet, but I think dialogue is important,” when asked whether he would have an early Korea-Japan summit at a party leader’s debate held today ahead of the House of Representatives election.

Regarding Korea-Japan relations, he said, “It is an important relationship in consideration of the regional security environment. This is the basics,” he said, repeating his previous position.

President Yoon Seok-yeol and Prime Minister Kishida will attend the NATO summit in Madrid, Spain from the 29th to the 30th local time, respectively.

An official from the presidential office said at the meeting that the Japanese side proposed a plan to hold a four-way summit between Korea, Japan, Australia and New Zealand, and the National Security Office is considering it.

[사진 출처 : 연합뉴스]

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