South Korean President Moon Jae-in On Thursday, he expressed regret over Russia’s operation in Ukraine, declaring that his country is participating in sanctions against Russia.
“President Moon expressed regret over Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and announced that South Korea is joining sanctions against Russia,” said Park Soo-hyun, the presidential senior secretary of public communications.
Moon thought that “the use of force resulting in casualties cannot be justified in any way.”
“South Korea will participate in international sanctions against Russia as it regrets Moscow’s attack on Ukraine.”
Moon also instructed the government to do everything in its power to ensure the safety of South Korean citizens in Ukraine.
In a letter to the Russians this morning, Russian President Vladimir Putin announced that he has decided to launch a special military operation in Donbass, that Russia’s plans do not include an invasion of Ukraine, but Moscow will endeavor to disarm it.
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