Wen Zaiyin changed his tough attitude toward Japan and shouted that the people should not be emotional.

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 Wen Zaiyin changed his tough attitude toward Japan and shouted that the people should not be emotional.


Overseas Network, Aug. 12, South Korean President Wen Jae-in said on August 12 that in the face of Japans economic retaliation can not be emotional. He appealed to the people to think calmly about the fundamental countermeasures and make good long-term plans.

South Koreas Central Daily pointed out that Wens speech had become more restrained than his previous tough stance toward the Japanese government. For example, on August 2, after Japan cleared South Korea from its white list, Wen responded fiercely. He criticized the Japanese governments decision recklessness and called for Japan to take full responsibility for all consequences. On the 5th, Wen reiterated his strong statement that Japan can never prevent the economic take-off of Korea. On the 12th, Wen also mentioned Li Shunshens historical achievements in fighting Japanese aggressors and defending the country with 12 ships, which were interpreted as explaining to Japan by the outside world. Put a hard signal.

(function () {(window. slotbydup = window. slotbydup | []). push ({id:6374560, container:ssp_6374560, size:300,250, display:inlay-fix, async: true});} (); according to Yonhap News Agency, Wen hosted an advisory meeting in Qingwatai on December 12. Four days later, he said, would be Restoration Day (August 15, the anniversary of the liberation of the Korean peninsula from Japanese colonial rule). This year marks the 100th anniversary of the Trinity Movement and the Interim Government of the Republic of Korea. In the past, we were oppressed by Japanese imperialism, but now we are faced with Japanese economic retaliation. The economic retaliation measures themselves are improper, and the reasons for taking such measures involve historical issues, which is even more inappropriate. Wen emphasized that South Korea should resolutely respond to the upcoming Hanukkah Festival. Wen said that while resolutely opposing the improper retaliatory measures taken by the Japanese government, it is awesome for the Korean people to proceed from the overall situation to ensure that friendly relations between the two countries are not damaged. He also said that the Korean government should take the opportunity to promote high-quality economic development, check the shortcomings, trust the strength of the people and enterprises, and deal with the crisis confidently. Source: Overseas Network Responsible Editor: Xing Haibo_NBJS8850

According to Yonhap News Agency, Wen Jae-in hosted a staff meeting in Qingwatai on December 12. Four days later, he said, would be Restoration Day (August 15, the anniversary of the liberation of the Korean peninsula from Japanese colonial rule). This year marks the 100th anniversary of the Trinity Movement and the Interim Government of the Republic of Korea.

In the past, we were oppressed by Japanese imperialism, but now we are faced with Japanese economic retaliation. The economic retaliation measures themselves are improper, and the reasons for taking such measures involve historical issues, which is even more inappropriate. Wen emphasized that South Korea should resolutely respond to the upcoming Hanukkah Festival.

Wen said that while resolutely opposing the improper retaliatory measures taken by the Japanese government, it is awesome for the Korean people to proceed from the overall situation to ensure that friendly relations between the two countries are not damaged. He also said that the Korean government should take the opportunity to promote high-quality economic development, check the shortcomings, trust the strength of the people and enterprises, and deal with the crisis confidently.