South Koreas announcement that it will not participate in Japan Sea self-reading ship-type bilateral relations are deteriorating

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 South Koreas announcement that it will not participate in Japan Sea self-reading ship-type bilateral relations are deteriorating


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[Global Network Military Report] According to Kyodo News Agency, a spokesman for South Koreas Ministry of Defense said on the 24th that the South Korean Navy will not participate in the Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force (JASDF) naval parade in Xiangmu Bay, Japan, on the 14th of next month. The spokesman said that no invitation was received. Kyodo News Agency believes that the reason for this statement lies in the deteriorating relations between Japan and South Korea.

Reported that Japan and South Korea around South Koreas original labor lawsuit and other issues are increasingly antagonistic. In addition, due to the problem of fire control radar irradiation and the decision of Korea to abandon the Japan-ROK Agreement on Military Intelligence Protection (GSOMIA), cooperation between the two countries in the field of security has become difficult. Japans defense minister Taro Kono said at a news conference on the 24th that he would announce the participating countries of the ship-reading type in the afternoon.

The report also mentioned that besides the American and British armies, there were also Chinese armies. In April this year, the Maritime Self-Defense Force sent frigates to participate in the international naval parade held in Qingdao, Shandong Province, in commemoration of the 70th anniversary of the founding of the Chinese Navy. With the participation of the Chinese side, it is expected that the two sides will exchange visits.

In October last year, the international naval parade in South Korea cancelled Haizis participation plan because of South Koreas request not to fly the self-defense flag Sunrise Flag.

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