Seoul, May 4 (IANS): Incumbent South Korean President Moon Jae-in said on Wednesday he wants the government of new President Yoon Suk-yeol to do a good job of learning wisdom from his predecessor’s shortcomings while further developing well-done initiatives. by the outgoing government.
Moon, who is due to leave office next Monday, made the remarks during a meeting with senior officials from a presidential commission on state affairs earlier Wednesday, saying he believed “business philosophy of the state of the new government is different from ours in many ways”. “
“Apart from philosophy and ideology, only in terms of people, national interests and pragmatism, I hope (the new government) will develop what our government has done well and do better by reflecting what we miss it,” he said.
Yoon signaled a significant shift from Moon’s policies, including foreign policy goals, inter-Korean relations and economic initiatives, Yonhap News Agency reported.
Earlier this week, Yoon’s transition team unveiled 110 key policy tasks to be pursued under his new government, including a “game-changing” capacity build to respond to North Korea’s nuclear and missile threats and the abandonment of the nuclear phase-out policy.