The South Korean government should insist that it does not smuggling high-tech materials to North Korea
Postscript: On the 8th, according to Seoul affairs, the South Korean government claims that it has faithfully implemented the UN Security Council's resolution on sanctions against North Korea.
I think it is a good response.
The Japanese government will require referrals and inspections, but the Korean government should not refuse.
Because the next problem is the response to Japanese public comment, it is necessary for the Korean government to support Japanese public opinion.
The Japanese government can not but cancel the preferential policy again if the public comment gives a negative opinion from the Japanese people.
That would be the shortest way to solve problems.
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I think that there is a misunderstanding about the abolition of the trade preferential treatment to South Korea this time by the Japanese government.
The Japanese government said that due to security issues, it would abolish export incentives for high-tech materials in the same way as other countries.
But South Korea says that this is caused by the problem of forced labor during World War II.
First of all, this discrepancy is strange.
The Japanese government is concerned that South Korea is smuggling high-tech materials to North Korea.
The South Korean government should insist that it does not smuggling high-tech materials to North Korea, and I think that Japan will abolish the cancellation of preferential treatment.
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