This year’s japan-China-ROK summit meeting will be held at 7:01 a.m. on October 13 on the issue of difficulty or “conscription.”
With with the meeting between Japan, China, and South Korea, there are many views within the government that If South Korea, the chair, does not take appropriate action on the issue of conscription, Prime Minister Kan will not be able to respond to the visit and that it will be difficult to hold a meeting, and will continue to encourage the South Korean side to show a solution as soon as possible.
The summit meeting between Japan, China, and South Korea will be held by three countries and will be chaired by South Korea, but so far no specific timing has been decided.
In this regard, many within the government believe that if the South Korean side does not take appropriate response to the issue of “conscription” during the Pacific War, Prime Minister Kan will not be able to respond to the visit and it will be difficult to hold a meeting.
Prime Minister Naoto Kan, in a telephone meeting with South Korean President Moon Jae-in for the first time since taking office in September, called on The South Korean side to take measures to return to sound relations, assuming that cooperation between Japan and South Korea is important and that relations between the two countries, which are in a very difficult situation, should not be neglected.
The Japanese government has said that the issue of conscription would lead to a serious situation if “cashing” Japanese companies’ assets are foreed and sold, and the Kan Cabinet will continue to push the South Korean side to show a solution as soon as possible, saying that the Kan Cabinet will continue to seek to rectify the state of violations of international law.