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No talks between Moon, Abe at G20 summit: S Korea

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Korea can not even apologize, causing a number of problems. I feel very strange. The reason why they can not read the atmosphere of the place.......

is there a problem with the Korean government? or is there a problem for Koreans?

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banning Japan from flying the Rising Sun Flag. Then JMSDF has no choice but not attend.

Yeah the usual dismal response by SK.

Japan will give it to you straight by stating you are not welcomed.

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Lolololololololololoololololololol

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Neighbors should be talking. At least China-Japan-Korea should have a meeting.

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Moon-Xi-Abe should be having a sideline meeting.

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Well at least, you are hosting G20, so this time around, ignore moon politely

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The Japan Marine Self Defense Force (JMSDF) didn't invite SK to this year's Fleet review in which many of the top navies such as the US Navy, Australia Royal Navy and even PLAN will be joining this year.

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@Triring

The Japan Marine Self Defense Force (JMSDF) didn't invite SK to this year's Fleet review

Well, what goes around comes around.

Korea will return the favor by inviting JMSDF, but banning Japan from flying the Rising Sun Flag. Then JMSDF has no choice but not attend.

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Abe is being dissed in his own country.He has no international clout of any kind or respect. Trump,Putin and Moon just look down on him and in essence, Japan.

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