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South Korea summoned the Russian ambassador

South Korea's foreign ministry summoned the Russian ambassador in Seoul today (Saturday) to protest Moscow's criticism of South Korea's president's recent statements about the continuation of North Korea's nuclear activities.

According to Isna, South Korea's Deputy Foreign Minister for Policy Affairs, Georgy Zinoviev, summoned the Russian ambassador in Seoul and said that Moscow's criticism of South Korean President Yoon Seok-yul's remarks has a negative impact on the relations between the two countries.

According to the Reuters news agency, this summons was made after Yun Suk-yol condemned North Korea's development of nuclear weapons on January 31, 2024, with the aim of what he called “maintaining the current regime in this country”; Statements that “Maria Zakharova”, the spokesperson of the Russian Foreign Ministry, in a statement that was published a few days after the statements of the South Korean president, considered them “baseless and baseless”.

The statement of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of South Korea states: The Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs told the Russian Ambassador that it is really shameful that Russia denies this fact and unconditionally supports North Korea, while criticizing the statements and statements of the President of South Korea in a shameful way. has done. This situation only worsens the relations between Seoul and Moscow.

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