Former Prime Minister Yukio Hatoyama “A country that has lost the war must have a theory of unlimited liability”

Former Prime Minister Yukio Hatoyama “A country that has lost the war must have a theory of unlimited liability” Former Prime Minister Yukio Hatoyama (72) emphasized Japan's apology and international responsibility through a speech at the “2019 Suncheon Peace Forum” held in Korea. Mr. Hatoyama delivered a keynote address on Japan's past reflections and improvement of relations between Korea and Japan at the “2019 Junten Peace Forum” held at Suncheon Bay National Garden International Wetland Center on the morning of the 24th. Hatoyama said, “In a situation where Korea-Japan relations are not very good, Korea, Japan, and China will influence world peace by cooperating with each other.” “It is said that Japan is moving for peace. That ’s not necessarily the case. ” In addition, "Japan must have a more calm mind with the feeling of repeated apologism until the other party feels sorry, until the other party has no need to apologize." Need to be. " Hatoyama emphasized to Korea that “the issue of withdrawal from the Korea-Japan Military Information Comprehensive Protection Agreement (GSOMIA) must be discussed with the United States” and “retaliatory measures related to export sanctions must be withdrawn”. * Some excerpts from the link below. Continue with the source https://s.japanese.joins.com/JArticle/258946?servcode=A00§code=A10 document.write(” + ”); Related article document.write(” + ”);

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