What are the highlights of the "Qingdao Covenant" between the foreign ministers of China and South Korea?


2022-08-08: [Chinese Article Link]  What's the point of the Chinese Foreign Minister's “Commitment of Qingshima”? On the occasion of the 30th anniversary of the founding of the Republic of Korea in late this month, South Korea's Foreign Minister, Park Jin, will open a three-day trip to China and meet with China's State Councillor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi in Qingdao. This was the first visit to China by high-ranking officials of the Korean Government, Yoon Suk-yeol, and a formal meeting between the Foreign Ministers of the two countries following their first face-to-face meeting in Indonesia last month. According to the analysis, the current international situation is complex, and the US is pushing ahead with Han Ra to move forward with the Indo-Pacific strategy. Yoon Suk-yeol has had a multidimensional approach to foreign policy since he took office. At this critical juncture, it is important for both countries and for North-East Asia to see whether the bilateral relations of the “year of existence” can be matured and stand the test of variables and contingencies. “The Aoshima Pact”, continuation of dialogue This year has been quite a crucial year for South-South relations. On the one hand, on 24 August, the 30th anniversary of the establishment of the two countries will mark the beginning of the relationship, and it will be of special significance to both sides to promote a stable strategic partnership between the two countries. On the other hand, conservative forces, led by President Yoon Suk-yeol of the Republic of Korea, entered the main Qing Dynasty in May this year, proposing a diplomatic security policy that is distinct from that of the former Government of Cao. China's communication with the new Korean Government and its efforts to ensure smooth bilateral relations are not only of vital interest to both countries, but also affect the geopolitical security posture throughout North-East Asia. As a result, the news of South Korea’s foreign minister’s forthcoming visit to China was quickly revealed. The Korean National Journal states that the Yoon Suk-yeol government, after taking office, has been emphasizing the development of relations with China on the basis of “value for American diplomacy” and the principle of mutual respect, and Park’s visit will be an important opportunity to predict the future of relations between China and Korea. It has been noted that, although this was the first visit to China by a high-ranking official of the new Korean Government, in fact, since Yoon Suk-yeol was elected President, communication between China and the Republic of Korea has continued — in March, following the election of Yoon Suk-yeol, Chinese President Xi Jinping called first to congratulate him and then spoke to him, leading to a smooth transition and a good start to bilateral relations. In May, the Vice-President of China, Wang Jishan, attended the inauguration ceremony of Yoon Suk-yeol, during which Yoon Suk-yeol expressed his willingness to “open a new era” in Chinese-Korean relations. During the Chinese Foreign Minister’s video meeting in mid-May, Park Jin, who had studied Chinese, greeted Wang Yi in Chinese, and introduced him to his opening remarks with a smile. In July, the two Foreign Ministers met face-to-face for the first time during a meeting of the Group of Twenty (G20) Foreign Ministers in Bali, Indonesia, with their respective quotes to express their expectations for inter-Korean relations. In this context, it is particularly interesting to note that the Qingdao Pact has provided a new impetus to build consensus and cooperation between the two countries. South Korean media have pointed out that Qingdao has long played the role of a bridgehead for South Korean small and medium-sized enterprises in China, with far-reaching implications for the development of relations between the two countries. Improve the layout and respond to the new set. At the same time as the communion of friendship, it is important not to lose sight of the fact that the inter-Korean relationship, which has entered the “year of solidarity”, is being tested by the evolution of the international landscape. Professor Fang Suyu of the Korean Research Centre of the University of Gangan said that the visit had taken place against the backdrop of a highly complex and sensitive international and regional situation. At the international level, the Covid-19 epidemic continues to spread, the Russian-Ukraine conflict persists, relations between China and the United States face new challenges and the construction of an international order is difficult. The world economic situation is equally worrying: the increased debt burden, the risk of geopolitical kidnapping of industrial chain supply chains, and so on. The crises have highlighted the need to strengthen international consensus and cooperation, while the Asian region’s ability to continue to play its role as an important engine of world economic development is particularly critical. At the regional level, the US pushes for a country-specific Indo-Pacific strategy, trying to pull its allies closer to China. For some time now, the US has attacked Korea at many levels: military, intelligence, and supply chain cooperation. The presence of the Speaker of the United States House of Representatives, Perosi, has seriously undermined the stability of the Taiwan Strait and the situation in the region... At a time of complex instability and a sharp increase in the risk of conflict, the maintenance of peace has become an important task for the major countries of the region, including Central and South Korea. Researcher Yoon Suk-yeol of the Chinese Institute of International Studies believes that Yoon Suk-Yeol has intensified his communication with the United States and Japan, dealing with Korean-American relations and pressing Korean-Japanese relations, which are seen as a priority for diplomacy. Today, South Korea has sent its Foreign Minister to China not only to improve the overall diplomatic profile, but also to strengthen communication between China and the United States in the light of the further deterioration of relations with Taiwan and to plan for a response to the new changes in foreign policy. According to public opinion, such as the Russian Satellite News Agency, Yoon Suk-Yeol, from the conservative camp, made several hard-line statements against China during the general election, advocating for cooperation between the Korean-American Union and Korea-Japan, and even expressed a desire to “additional purchase and deployment of the Sad ABM system”. However, since he came to power, he has been more cautious in his dealings with China. Recently, in China and Central Europe, in a diplomatic dispute over Taiwan, Yoon Suk-yeol avoided stimulating Beijing, did not meet with Pelosi in Seoul, only by telephone, and the South Korean Ministry of Foreign Affairs stated on 4th that the “one-size-fits-all” position was followed by Yoon Suk-yeol's government's practicality and flexibility in China's policy. "A year" should be more mature. According to Yang Xiyu, the Qingjia Pact will focus on two dimensions of the issue. The first is the medium- and long-term problem in relations between the two countries, especially South Korea, which has long relied militarily and militarily on the US for security, and more economically on China. The structural problem of “America-Americanism” will continue to receive attention as to how the new situation evolves and shapes South Korea’s strategic choices. Yang Heeun said that, for South Korea, the United States had a naked policy of blackmail on supply chain issues, but that South Korea could not “decouple” China at the pace of the United States for reasons of interest, and would intensify consultations with China on related issues. For China, in the context of the new challenges and opportunities facing both the international situation and relations between China and Korea, how to use economic and trade relations as an important building block for advancing relations between the two countries would make bilateral relations more predictable, manageable and manageable and would be a focus. In Yang Heeun's view, the commemoration of the thirtieth anniversary of the establishment of the Korean-Chinese border should be accompanied by more reflection on how to mature bilateral relations by seeking to reconcile differences and respecting each other's legitimate concerns. “This is more important than simply improving the status quo in relations between China and Korea. Relations can only be more stable if they are sufficiently mature and rational for both sides to be able to respond to variables and contingencies together, and can play a positive role for East Asia and for Asia and the Pacific as a whole. Second, there are real hot spots of concern for both sides. These include: South Korea's attitude towards joining the United States-led Quadripartite Alliance of Chips; South Korea's idea of Sad's deployment; South Korea's position on strengthening cooperation with NATO; and the situation on the peninsula. According to Yang Hee-yuan, before considering these trends, it should be made clear that many of the policies of the Korean side are in the early stages of planning and implementation by the Yoon Suk-yeol Government and may be refined and adjusted in the course of the push, so that there is uncertainty as to their course, much less simply classifying them as “pro-Americans” or “crowds”. Second, Yoon Suk-yeol's policy, from running to taking office, has been multifaceted and complex, accommodating and distanced from the United States. “In any case, however, the basic direction is to maintain Korea’s foreign policy autonomy and not to blindly seek to converge with any of the major powers.” Yang Shei Rain analyses a few major problems one by one: in the case of the “chips coalition”, South Korea is technically dependent on the United States in its industry, the strong position of the United States has become a key variable in its chip export policy, and while the “chips coalition” in the United States may not be complete, South Korea may be forced to accept part of the demands of the United States. In the case of Sad, whether South Korea will violate the “Three Nos” commitments, or make adjustments within the existing framework, will depend on the security situation on the peninsula. If the North-South conflict deepens, the issue of Sad's deployment may resurface, and the parties will be faced with a “lost-by-lose” situation. In the case of NATO, the calculations of Korea and the United States have mixed points — the Republic of Korea is primarily considering the use of NATO forces to denuclearize the peninsula and improve its international standing; and the United States is trying to use “NATO globalization” to push forward deployments. In the case of the peninsula, Yoon Suk-yeol has proposed a “bold plan”, but the idea that North Korea should abandon nuclear weapons in exchange for economic gain may not be compatible with the security concerns of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea. Fang Suyu believes that the US and Korea are allies, but there are limits to allied relations. One is based on South Korea’s diplomatic independence as a sovereign state, and the other is that China and Korea, as neighbours with common historical and cultural roots, have long established mutually beneficial and win-win relationships that are not easily defeated and abandoned. Fang Xuyu stated that since Yoon Suk-yeol's government wants to create a “global hub country”, it must take into account the realization of national interests and meet a range of needs from low to high in Korea. Low demand includes such issues as security. Given that China is the country’s indisputable power to deal with the DPRK’s problems, South Korea cannot solve all of its dilemmas alone. It would therefore be the wisest option for the Yoon Suk-yeol Government to take a balanced approach to diplomacy and not to choose sides in the competition of large countries. (ed. mailbox: ylq@jfdaily.com)


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What are the highlights of the "Qingdao Covenant" between the foreign ministers of China and South Korea?


2022-08-08: [Article Link]  What's the point of the Chinese Foreign Minister's “Commitment of Qingshima”? On the occasion of the 30th anniversary of the founding of the Republic of Korea in late this month, South Korea's Foreign Minister, Park Jin, will open a three-day trip to China and meet with China's State Councillor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi in Qingdao. This was the first visit to China by high-ranking officials of the Korean Government, Yoon Suk-yeol, and a formal meeting between the Foreign Ministers of the two countries following their first face-to-face meeting in Indonesia last month. According to the analysis, the current international situation is complex, and the US is pushing ahead with Han Ra to move forward with the Indo-Pacific strategy. Yoon Suk-yeol has had a multidimensional approach to foreign policy since he took office. At this critical juncture, it is important for both countries and for North-East Asia to see whether the bilateral relations of the “year of existence” can be matured and stand the test of variables and contingencies. “The Aoshima Pact”, continuation of dialogue This year has been quite a crucial year for South-South relations. On the one hand, on 24 August, the 30th anniversary of the establishment of the two countries will mark the beginning of the relationship, and it will be of special significance to both sides to promote a stable strategic partnership between the two countries. On the other hand, conservative forces, led by President Yoon Suk-yeol of the Republic of Korea, entered the main Qing Dynasty in May this year, proposing a diplomatic security policy that is distinct from that of the former Government of Cao. China's communication with the new Korean Government and its efforts to ensure smooth bilateral relations are not only of vital interest to both countries, but also affect the geopolitical security posture throughout North-East Asia. As a result, the news of South Korea’s foreign minister’s forthcoming visit to China was quickly revealed. The Korean National Journal states that the Yoon Suk-yeol government, after taking office, has been emphasizing the development of relations with China on the basis of “value for American diplomacy” and the principle of mutual respect, and Park’s visit will be an important opportunity to predict the future of relations between China and Korea. It has been noted that, although this was the first visit to China by a high-ranking official of the new Korean Government, in fact, since Yoon Suk-yeol was elected President, communication between China and the Republic of Korea has continued — in March, following the election of Yoon Suk-yeol, Chinese President Xi Jinping called first to congratulate him and then spoke to him, leading to a smooth transition and a good start to bilateral relations. In May, the Vice-President of China, Wang Jishan, attended the inauguration ceremony of Yoon Suk-yeol, during which Yoon Suk-yeol expressed his willingness to “open a new era” in Chinese-Korean relations. During the Chinese Foreign Minister’s video meeting in mid-May, Park Jin, who had studied Chinese, greeted Wang Yi in Chinese, and introduced him to his opening remarks with a smile. In July, the two Foreign Ministers met face-to-face for the first time during a meeting of the Group of Twenty (G20) Foreign Ministers in Bali, Indonesia, with their respective quotes to express their expectations for inter-Korean relations. In this context, it is particularly interesting to note that the Qingdao Pact has provided a new impetus to build consensus and cooperation between the two countries. South Korean media have pointed out that Qingdao has long played the role of a bridgehead for South Korean small and medium-sized enterprises in China, with far-reaching implications for the development of relations between the two countries. Improve the layout and respond to the new set. At the same time as the communion of friendship, it is important not to lose sight of the fact that the inter-Korean relationship, which has entered the “year of solidarity”, is being tested by the evolution of the international landscape. Professor Fang Suyu of the Korean Research Centre of the University of Gangan said that the visit had taken place against the backdrop of a highly complex and sensitive international and regional situation. At the international level, the Covid-19 epidemic continues to spread, the Russian-Ukraine conflict persists, relations between China and the United States face new challenges and the construction of an international order is difficult. The world economic situation is equally worrying: the increased debt burden, the risk of geopolitical kidnapping of industrial chain supply chains, and so on. The crises have highlighted the need to strengthen international consensus and cooperation, while the Asian region’s ability to continue to play its role as an important engine of world economic development is particularly critical. At the regional level, the US pushes for a country-specific Indo-Pacific strategy, trying to pull its allies closer to China. For some time now, the US has attacked Korea at many levels: military, intelligence, and supply chain cooperation. The presence of the Speaker of the United States House of Representatives, Perosi, has seriously undermined the stability of the Taiwan Strait and the situation in the region... At a time of complex instability and a sharp increase in the risk of conflict, the maintenance of peace has become an important task for the major countries of the region, including Central and South Korea. Researcher Yoon Suk-yeol of the Chinese Institute of International Studies believes that Yoon Suk-Yeol has intensified his communication with the United States and Japan, dealing with Korean-American relations and pressing Korean-Japanese relations, which are seen as a priority for diplomacy. Today, South Korea has sent its Foreign Minister to China not only to improve the overall diplomatic profile, but also to strengthen communication between China and the United States in the light of the further deterioration of relations with Taiwan and to plan for a response to the new changes in foreign policy. According to public opinion, such as the Russian Satellite News Agency, Yoon Suk-Yeol, from the conservative camp, made several hard-line statements against China during the general election, advocating for cooperation between the Korean-American Union and Korea-Japan, and even expressed a desire to “additional purchase and deployment of the Sad ABM system”. However, since he came to power, he has been more cautious in his dealings with China. Recently, in China and Central Europe, in a diplomatic dispute over Taiwan, Yoon Suk-yeol avoided stimulating Beijing, did not meet with Pelosi in Seoul, only by telephone, and the South Korean Ministry of Foreign Affairs stated on 4th that the “one-size-fits-all” position was followed by Yoon Suk-yeol's government's practicality and flexibility in China's policy. "A year" should be more mature. According to Yang Xiyu, the Qingjia Pact will focus on two dimensions of the issue. The first is the medium- and long-term problem in relations between the two countries, especially South Korea, which has long relied militarily and militarily on the US for security, and more economically on China. The structural problem of “America-Americanism” will continue to receive attention as to how the new situation evolves and shapes South Korea’s strategic choices. Yang Heeun said that, for South Korea, the United States had a naked policy of blackmail on supply chain issues, but that South Korea could not “decouple” China at the pace of the United States for reasons of interest, and would intensify consultations with China on related issues. For China, in the context of the new challenges and opportunities facing both the international situation and relations between China and Korea, how to use economic and trade relations as an important building block for advancing relations between the two countries would make bilateral relations more predictable, manageable and manageable and would be a focus. In Yang Heeun's view, the commemoration of the thirtieth anniversary of the establishment of the Korean-Chinese border should be accompanied by more reflection on how to mature bilateral relations by seeking to reconcile differences and respecting each other's legitimate concerns. “This is more important than simply improving the status quo in relations between China and Korea. Relations can only be more stable if they are sufficiently mature and rational for both sides to be able to respond to variables and contingencies together, and can play a positive role for East Asia and for Asia and the Pacific as a whole. Second, there are real hot spots of concern for both sides. These include: South Korea's attitude towards joining the United States-led Quadripartite Alliance of Chips; South Korea's idea of Sad's deployment; South Korea's position on strengthening cooperation with NATO; and the situation on the peninsula. According to Yang Hee-yuan, before considering these trends, it should be made clear that many of the policies of the Korean side are in the early stages of planning and implementation by the Yoon Suk-yeol Government and may be refined and adjusted in the course of the push, so that there is uncertainty as to their course, much less simply classifying them as “pro-Americans” or “crowds”. Second, Yoon Suk-yeol's policy, from running to taking office, has been multifaceted and complex, accommodating and distanced from the United States. “In any case, however, the basic direction is to maintain Korea’s foreign policy autonomy and not to blindly seek to converge with any of the major powers.” Yang Shei Rain analyses a few major problems one by one: in the case of the “chips coalition”, South Korea is technically dependent on the United States in its industry, the strong position of the United States has become a key variable in its chip export policy, and while the “chips coalition” in the United States may not be complete, South Korea may be forced to accept part of the demands of the United States. In the case of Sad, whether South Korea will violate the “Three Nos” commitments, or make adjustments within the existing framework, will depend on the security situation on the peninsula. If the North-South conflict deepens, the issue of Sad's deployment may resurface, and the parties will be faced with a “lost-by-lose” situation. In the case of NATO, the calculations of Korea and the United States have mixed points — the Republic of Korea is primarily considering the use of NATO forces to denuclearize the peninsula and improve its international standing; and the United States is trying to use “NATO globalization” to push forward deployments. In the case of the peninsula, Yoon Suk-yeol has proposed a “bold plan”, but the idea that North Korea should abandon nuclear weapons in exchange for economic gain may not be compatible with the security concerns of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea. Fang Suyu believes that the US and Korea are allies, but there are limits to allied relations. One is based on South Korea’s diplomatic independence as a sovereign state, and the other is that China and Korea, as neighbours with common historical and cultural roots, have long established mutually beneficial and win-win relationships that are not easily defeated and abandoned. Fang Xuyu stated that since Yoon Suk-yeol's government wants to create a “global hub country”, it must take into account the realization of national interests and meet a range of needs from low to high in Korea. Low demand includes such issues as security. Given that China is the country’s indisputable power to deal with the DPRK’s problems, South Korea cannot solve all of its dilemmas alone. It would therefore be the wisest option for the Yoon Suk-yeol Government to take a balanced approach to diplomacy and not to choose sides in the competition of large countries. (ed. mailbox: ylq@jfdaily.com)

Note: This is a translated version of the Chinese news media article. A mature and nuanced reading is suggested.

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