Presidential Office “Participation in NATO Summit Is Anti-China/Anti-Russian Policy? A Leap of Logic”

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[서울=뉴스핌] Reporter Chae Song-moo = While President Yoon Seok-yeol is scheduled to attend the NATO Summit to be held in Madrid, Spain from the 29th to the 30th, it is being pointed out that his first overseas tour is the fixation of anti-China and anti-Russian policies. The presidential office refuted this as “a leap of logic”.

Security Chief Kim Seong-han held a meeting on the 22nd and announced the schedule for President Yoon’s NATO summit tour. A high-ranking official at the presidential office raised his voice on the same day, saying, “It has nothing to do with the possibility of attending the NATO summit and South Korea’s anti-China and anti-Russian policy.”

The official said, “We are not a NATO member, and we have no idea what the new strategic concept that is likely to be adopted at the NATO summit will be,” the official said. conditions,” he said.

[서울=뉴스핌] Blue House = President Yun Seok-yeol photo@newspim.com

He said, “We are approaching NATO partner countries and our comprehensive security concept to the last,” he said. going,” he said.

He emphasized, “There is absolutely no need to interpret going to the NATO summit as a major shift towards anti-China and anti-Russian policies.”

Another key official in the presidential office said, “It is a leap of logic that war has occurred and it is a threat to peace and freedom, so we should work together to deal with it.” It is difficult to see that it is a superficial opposition to the idea that four countries in the Asia-Pacific region, living in different regions, are participating and discussing countermeasures together,” he said.

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The South Korean government will reveal additional aid to Ukraine at this meeting, but will focus on humanitarian aid rather than arms aid.

A key official said, “The $50 million focused on the existing humanitarian aid has already been executed, and we have decided to provide an additional $50 million.” “In principle, the basic policy is not to provide lethal weapons to Ukraine.”

He also said, “We are devising various ways to help the Ukrainian people who are in a humanitarian crisis.”

dedanhi@newspim.com

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