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在暂停GSOMIA协议之后,日本韩国将举行贸易谈判

wuya 2019-11-30 14:09

 

首尔,11月29日(新华)——韩国和日本同意下个月在东京举行总干事级别的贸易谈判,上周韩国决定暂停与日本的军事情报共享协议,首尔贸易部门周五表示。


韩国贸易、工业和能源部(Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy)在一份声明中表示,双方周四在首尔举行了工作级别的会谈,为局长级别的对话做准备。


日本经济产业省指出,在工作级别会议之后,韩国和日本同意在12月的第三周,即12月16日至20日在东京举行总干事级别的对话。


在主任级别会谈中,双方将就出口管制的国内外形势交换意见。


两国同意于12月4日在维也纳举行主任级别对话的准备会谈。


上周五,韩国决定只要与日本的贸易谈判正常进行,就暂停终止《军事信息安全总协议》(GSOMIA)。


GSOMIA由韩国和日本于2016年11月签署,旨在共享朝鲜民主主义人民共和国(DPRK)核项目和导弹项目的军事情报。


韩国今年8月决定终止GSOMIA协议,当时日本出于所谓的安全原因对韩国实施了出口限制。


今年7月,日本收紧了对韩国出口的三种材料的管制。这三种材料对生产存储芯片和显示器面板至关重要,它们是韩国出口的主要产品。


今年8月,日本将韩国从其可信赖的贸易伙伴名单中剔除,这些贸易伙伴享有优先出口程序。作为回应,韩国将日本从值得信赖的出口伙伴名单中除名。


韩国认为,日本的出口限制是为了抗议韩国最高法院的裁决,该裁决要求一些日本公司赔偿在1910年至1945年日本殖民朝鲜半岛期间被迫无偿做苦工的韩国受害者。

 

SEOUL, Nov. 29 (Xinhua) -- South Korea and Japan agreed to hold director general-level trade talks next month in Tokyo after South Korea's decision last week to suspend the termination of its military intelligence-sharing pact with Japan, Seoul's trade ministry said Friday.

 

The Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy said in a statement that working-level talks between the two sides were held in Seoul on Thursday to prepare for the director general-level dialogue.

 

After the working-level meeting, South Korea and Japan agreed to hold the director general-level dialogue during the third week of December, or from Dec. 16-20, in Tokyo, the trade ministry noted.

 

During the director general-level talks, the two sides will exchange opinions on the domestic and external situations relevant to export control.

 

The two countries agreed to hold preparation talks for the director general-level dialogue in Vienna on Dec. 4.

 

The Seoul-Tokyo trade talks agreement came after South Korea's decision last Friday to suspend the termination of the General Security of Military Information Agreement (GSOMIA) as long as trade talks with Japan go on normally.

 

The GSOMIA was signed in November 2016 by South Korea and Japan to share military intelligence on nuclear and missile programs of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK).

 

South Korea decided in August to terminate the GSOMIA as Japan imposed export curbs on South Korea for what it called security reasons.

 

Japan tightened regulations in July on its export to South Korea of three materials, vital to produce memory chips and display panels that are the mainstay of the South Korean export.

 

In August, Japan dropped South Korea off its whitelist of trusted trading partners that are given preferential export procedure. In response, Seoul removed Tokyo from its whitelist of trusted export partners.

 

South Korea believed that Japan's export restrictions came in protest of the South Korean top court's rulings that ordered some of Japanese firms to compensate the South Korean victims who were forced into hard labor without pay during the 1910-45 Japanese colonization of the Korean Peninsula.

    来自: xianhua