Japanese gov’t disagrees with S. Korean parliamentary speaker’s suggested solution …

Japanese gov’t disagrees with S. Korean parliamentary speaker’s suggested solution …


Japan has reportedly rejected South
Korean parliamentary speaker moon hee-sang suggestion to resolve the
dispute over wartime compensation Japanese broadcaster NHK is citing a
government source said the majority of the ABBA administration disagrees with
moon’s proposal has it’s based on the premise that Japanese firms would
compensate their poor said that Japan is not likely to accept any suggestions
that require Tokyo to pay compensation reiterating Japanese Prime Minister
Shinzo Abe s comments earlier this week the response comes a day after moon
suggested that the two countries combine voluntary efforts involving citizens and
companies from both sides to fund the compensation of wartime forced laborers
as part of our first to mend afraid of bilateral relations

10 comments

  1. The Japanese government paid the money in 1965 to the South Korean government as the South Korean government wanted to use the money to pay for compensations. Prior to that, the Japanese government offered to pay directly to South Korean victims, if any, but the South Korean government insisted that they want to receive the money first and pay to the victims. What happened? The South Korean government didn't pay. Therefore, it is the South Korean government that is responsible for paying compensations. No Japanese citizens or companies, or even South Korean citizens or companies are responsible for paying. Again, the South Korean government is responsible.

  2. why make South Korean companies pay part of the fine which the Japanese companies need to pay according to the ruling???

  3. Article 27 of the Vienna Convention “Does not be able to use domestic laws as justification for non-compliance with the Convention” (Registration in Korea, 1968)
    Japan only demands that the convention be observed.If you are not satisfied, why don't you come to the arbitration committee?

  4. Sneaky SK government had been hiding the memorandum and content of the treaty from their citizens since 2005. SK citizens were told and agitated as if Japan didn't pay compensation while appropriating it for their politics and investment. That made the issue so complicated, and enhanced the hatred between two countries.

  5. Japan has a huge movement to erase the history. Japan need to see the horrible thing what they'd done in the past and reflect on that and then overcome current shameful image as a country.

  6. The 2018 rulings by the Supreme Court of Korea were by no means in violation of the 1965 Claims Agreement. Individual victims still retain the right to claim damages with regard to unlawful acts of forced mobilization.

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