Yoon stressed that North Korean disarmament would bring “peace and prosperity” to the peninsula and also highlighted the need to promote domestic development to close the social gap.
South Korea’s new president, Yoon Suk-yol, said today that the door to talks with North Korea “remains open” to achieve a goal peaceful resolution of the conflict on the peninsula, in his inaugural address.
“While it is true that North Korea’s nuclear weapons program is not only a threat to our security and to Northeast Asia, the doors of dialogue will be open So that we can resolve this threat peacefully,” Yoon said in his speech, delivered in front of about 40,000 people in the National Assembly’s (parliament) gardens.
“If North Korea does indeed begin the process of completing its denuclearization, we stand ready to work with the international community and come up with a bold plan that will strengthen North Korea’s economy and protect it,” he said. Will improve the quality of life of the people.” Conservative politician.
Yun underlined that North Korean Disarmament Brings “Peace and Prosperity” It also highlighted the need to promote domestic development for the peninsula and to close the social gap.
“Our society is plagued by divisions and social conflicts that threaten our freedoms and our liberal democratic system,” said the new president, who won the presidential election on March 9 by just 247,000 votes (0.07% of the total). Lee Jae-myung.
“I don’t think we can solve this problem without achieving rapid and sustainable development first,” Yoon said as he greeted people gathered in parliament’s gardens before taking the oath of office and delivering his inaugural address. .
Then shake hands with outgoing President Liberal Moon Jae-in, with ex-president Park Geun-hye, and with representatives of foreign governments such as the Chinese Vice President, Wang Kishan, or the American second gentleman, Douglas Emhoff.
who will be the president of south korea 2027. till Assured that the development his country so desperately needs would be possible “only through science, technology and innovation”.
Yun has inherited a country whose economy has slowed (The International Monetary Fund has lowered its growth outlook for this year by half a point to 2.5%) In an inflationary context following the pandemic and the problems posed by the war in Ukraine.
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