The DPRK dinner dessert pattern includes the Japanese government of Dokdo: it can not be accepted.

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 The DPRK dinner dessert pattern includes the Japanese government of Dokdo: it can not be accepted.


Japanese government officials said in April 25th that the Japanese government had protested to the Korean government through diplomatic channels for the South Korean and Korean maps contained in the South Korean and Korean maps provided by the North Korean Summit for dinner (Takeshima). Japan believes that Japans position is unacceptable. Japans Kyodo news agency, 25 daily, said in April that Kimsugi Kenji, the director of the Oceania Bureau of Japans foreign affairs Province, met with an official at the Korean Embassy in Japan on 24 days, and made a protest directly on the matter and asked not to use the map of the islands containing Japan and South Korea in the dinner. In addition, Japan also protested to the ROK through the Japanese Embassy in Korea. Japanese government officials said that the plate chocolate on the dessert table depicted the Korean Peninsula, which symbolized the unification of the Korean and Korean dynasties. NHK television reported that, for the dessert plan to include a map of the island of Tun Island, Kimsugi Kenji met with the Deputy Minister of the Embassy of South Korea 24 and protested that Japan was firmly opposed to the Korean sides practice on the basis of Japans position on the sovereignty of the kuru. Jinshan asked the Korean side to cancel the dessert. The source of this article: Global Times - global network. More brilliant, please log on to http://www.huanqiu.com editor in charge of World Wide Web: Qiao Jing _NN6607 Japanese government officials said that the plate chocolate on the dessert table depicted the Korean Peninsula, which symbolized the unification of the Korean and Korean dynasties. NHK television reported that, for the dessert plan to include a map of the island of Tun Island, Kimsugi Kenji met with the Deputy Minister of the Embassy of South Korea 24 and protested that Japan was firmly opposed to the Korean sides practice on the basis of Japans position on the sovereignty of the kuru. Jinshan asked the Korean side to cancel the dessert.