[ソウル １２日 ロイター] – On the 12th, South Korean President Yoon Seo-yeol proposed the establishment of a dialogue mechanism, including a summit meeting among the three countries of Japan, China and South Korea, in order to deal with issues such as security and climate change. announced by the presidential office.
At the summit meeting between Japan, China, South Korea and the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) held on the same day, Yoon said that he would like to overcome future crises caused by wars and rights violations, as well as risks to food and energy security brought about by climate change. called for enhanced cooperation between
He also pointed out that North Korea’s series of provocative actions and its buildup of nuclear and missile capabilities pose a serious threat to the international community.
If North Korea launches another intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) and conducts its seventh nuclear test, he stressed that the international community should unite to respond.
On the other hand, if North Korea decides to denuclearize, South Korea will seek economic assistance.
ASEAN leaders expressed concern over North Korea’s nuclear program and urged North Korea to stop threatening regional peace and engage in denuclearization talks, the Blue House said.