The controversy over the diplomatic disrespect of Chinese Ambassador to Korea Xing Haiming continues. In the first place, when coordinating the dinner schedule with Democratic Party leader Lee Jae-myeong, we said that there was no agenda to talk about, and that we would just eat comfortably토토사이트.
Reporter Han Seong-hee covered the story exclusively.
In the middle of last month, the Chinese Embassy in Korea proposed a meeting between Ambassador Xing Hai-ming and Representative Lee Jae-myung to the Democratic Party.
The Democratic Party explains that it considered anti-Chinese sentiment, but saw it as an opportunity to unwind the cold Korea-China relationship for our business and responded to the proposal.
The agenda was also coordinated in advance, and the Democratic Party presented a joint response to the discharge of contaminated water from the Fukushima nuclear power plant and pending issues in Northeast Asia.
Multiple Democratic Party lawmakers said that the Chinese embassy replied to the effect that “it is a comfortable place to eat, and there is no separate agenda.”
However, on the same day, Ambassador Singh poured out 15-minute strong remarks through SNS live-broadcast by the Democratic Party.
[Xing Haiming / Chinese Ambassador to Korea: What I can affirm is that those who want China’s defeat will probably regret it in the future… .]
Representative Lee is also known to be taken aback by Ambassador Singh’s unexpected behavior.
Cho Tae-yong, head of the National Security Office, who left for Japan for a meeting of the Korea-US-Japan Security Office, seemed to refrain from escalating the war while pointing out Ambassador Singh’s remarks.
[Cho Tae-yong/Chief of the National Security Office: There should be no such things that are not helpful to the healthy development of Korea-China relations and go backwards… .]
There was also a voice requesting a calm response from within the passport.
[Yoon Sang-hyun/President of People’s Power ( CBS Radio ‘Kim Hyun-jung’s News Show’): It is not a matter to go emotionally, but a matter to be approached rationally, while looking at the national interest… .]
While five Democratic Party lawmakers are visiting China at the invitation of the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs, seven additional Democratic Party lawmakers are scheduled to visit China tomorrow (15th). .