Korea-US-Japan summit talks Abe Korean greetings Park Geun-hye not riseukiosks
Korea-US-Japan summit talks Abe Korean greetings Park Geun-hye not rise
BEIJING, March 26 , according to Japanese news network reported that the ROK and Japan local time on the 25th summit held in The Hague, Netherlands . Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe at the beginning of the talks specifically with Korean greetings , but South Korean President Park Geun-hye did not look up , did not smile , has maintained a serious expression.
According to reports, the talks were convened by U.S. President Barack Obama , aimed at improving relations between Japan and South Korea , the three countries to strengthen security cooperation in East Asia. The talks also the first meeting Abe and Park Geun-hye after the ruling . However, in Japan and South Korea because of historical issues and controversial issues in a serious confrontation islands in the background , talks difficult to eliminate the gap between the two countries .
Abe at the beginning of the talks specifically in Korean , said: "The ability to President Park Geun-hye met , I am very happy ." However , Park Geun-hye did not look up , did not smile , has been a serious expression throughout the course of the talks , nor with Abe sight relative .
Park Geun-hye in the talks , said: "According to North Korea’s trends, the need to strengthen the three countries to work closely and continuously improve performance, Prime Minister Abe to exchange views with President Obama , is very meaningful. ." It is said that Park Geun-hye unique dew smile is just when the trio began to shoot a photo .
Three summit talks involving North Korea’s only response to the topic, and does not involve historical and territorial issues between Japan and South Korea. Talks for 45 minutes.
Prior to analysis, said Yonhap, Park Geun-hye and before Abe took office, South Korea relations have been strained; Abe after a series of beautification history of aggression is exacerbated by the deterioration of the rightist deeds Korea relations.
South Korea agreed to participate in the tripartite summit rather than the Japanese government expect bilateral talks, indicating that the South Korean government‘s stance – Abe government wants to continue to improve as the Korea-Japan relations, we must take more substantive action on historical issues.
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