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Official account of Ministry of Economy, Trade, and Industry (METI), Government of Japan.
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METI, Japan Jul 19
As MOTIE of the ROK held a press conference yesterday on the administrative briefing held on July 12th and following exchanges of e-mails, and the press conference included some misinformation, METI hereby released the following facts:
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METI, Japan Jul 18
People have been dreaming about this since the . See what Japan has done to make it a reality for #2020 in this !!
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METI, Japan Jul 18
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with other countries. Japan provided a sufficiently comprehensive explanation at the session held on July 12th, and the two sides agreed that if additional questions arise, they will be handled through e-mail or other means.
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METI, Japan Jul 18
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The ROK side did not “express regrets” or “request the restoration of the original condition and the retraction of the measures” but only requested the “resolution of the issue.” The Japanese side replied that the update is not an issue subject to consultation..
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METI, Japan Jul 18
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Therefore, and as per the mutual agreement, the session was not an occasion for consultation between the export control authorities of the two countries...
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METI, Japan Jul 18
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The session on July 12th was held under a prior agreement reached between the Japanese and ROK sides that it would serve as an administrative briefing on the update of the policies and procedures...
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METI, Japan Jul 18
The session held on July 12th at the ROK’s request was held as an administrative briefing on the specifics of the “Update of METI’s licensing policies and procedures on exports of controlled items to the Republic of Korea,” which was released on July 1...
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METI, Japan Jul 17
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... made a different assertion from the facts such as they had "requested restoration of the original condition and the retraction of the measures" at the briefing.
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METI, Japan Jul 17
Furthermore, it is regrettable that the ROK falsely claimed an administrative briefing on export controls provided by directors of METI, which was held on July 12th, as a "consultation" and ...
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METI, Japan Jul 17
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... Therefore, Japan has decided to update the implementation of export control from the national security point of view.
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METI, Japan Jul 17
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... the ROK on the same premise. However, in recent years, Japan has not been able to hold the Policy Dialogue with the ROK despite Japan's repeated requests and no longer confirm ROK's willingness to improve its export control system and implementation. ...
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METI, Japan Jul 17
Proper implementation of the export control is based on relationship of trust with trade partners. Japan had also been implementing its export control system with the ROK on the same premise. However, in recent years, Japan has not been able to hold the Policy Dialogue with ...
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METI, Japan Jul 16
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... Thus, licensing policies are not something that should be monitored by international organizations.
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METI, Japan Jul 16
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... each Participating State. All measures undertaken with respect to the arrangement will be in accordance with national legislation and policies and will be implemented on the basis of national discretion." ...
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METI, Japan Jul 16
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... a national security point of view and NOT a countermeasure against any diplomatic issues. - The Initial Elements of the Wassenaar Arrangement clearly states that "The decision to transfer or deny transfer of any item will be the sole responsibility of ...
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METI, Japan Jul 16
Statement on "Update of METI's licensing policies and procedures on exports of controlled items to the Republic of Korea" released on July 1st - Japan has been consistently explaining that the update is aimed at improving implementation of the export control system from ...
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PM's Office of Japan Jun 30
[From the Staff of ] Yesterday, drew to a close. We have compiled some scenes from the summit into a video, so please have a look.
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METI, Japan Jun 30
During , Minister Seko held the 7th meeting of the JP-RU Energy Initiative Council with H.E. Mr. Novak, Minister of Energy of . Both sides concluded 22 documents since the 6th, and highly appreciated the conclusion of total 65 outcome documents since the 1st
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G20 Japan 🇯🇵 Jun 29
has concluded with adoption of "G20 Osaka Leaders' Declaration"
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PM's Office of Japan Jun 28
[From the Staff of ] We have compiled scenes from the first day of into a video. Please have a look.
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