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South Korea is deeply disappointed and worried about Japanese cabinet members’ visit to Yasukuni Shrine

Seoul, August 15 (Xinhua) South Korea’s Foreign Ministry issued a comment on its official website on August 15, expressing deep disappointment and concern over Japanese cabinet members’ visit to the Yasukuni Shrine, which is dedicated to Class-A war criminals of World War II. It was commented that Japanese leaders and cabinet members once again offered sacrifices and collective visits to Yasukuni Shrine, which glorified the history of Japanese aggression and worshipped war criminals. The South Korean government solemnly pointed out that Japanese leaders should face history correctly and show sincere introspection and repentance through practical actions. Only in this way can we build a future oriented South Korea Japan relationship and win the trust of neighboring countries and the international community. August 15 is the 75th anniversary of Japan’s defeat. On the same day, Japan’s Environment Minister Koizumi, the Minister of culture, culture, culture, science and technology, Minister of culture, culture, culture, science and technology, Minister of culture, culture, culture, culture, science, culture, culture, culture, science, culture, culture, culture, science, culture, culture, culture, science, culture, culture, culture, science, culture, culture, science, culture, culture, science, culture, culture, science. Prime Minister Shinzo Abe did not pay a visit to the Yasukuni Shrine, but on the morning of that day, through Takayasu, special assistant to the president of the Liberal Democratic Party of Japan, he presented “jade string material” to the Yasukuni Shrine in the name of “President of the LDP” for eight consecutive years. Privacy Policy

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