Sankei explained that if President Moon’s visit to Japan is realized, Prime Minister Suga will hold the first Japan-Korea summit meeting after taking office in September last year. President Moon and Prime Minister Suga held a telephone conversation in September last year immediately after taking office as Prime Minister Suga. However, face-to-face talks did not take place while past historical issues such as the comfort women and recruitment issues were not easily resolved. The summit meeting of the seven major countries (G7) held in Cornwall, England last month prompted the Japan-Korea summary meeting, but it turned out that it failed because Prime Minister Suga refused. The South Korean government plans to promote the Japan-Korea summit meeting again with the Tokyo Olympics as an opportunity, but it turned out that the Japanese side is still reluctant. The South Korean side is also showing a cautious attitude that the G7 meeting should not be repeated. Sankei added that France’s President Emmanuel Macron and Mrs. Jill Biden of the United States have informed the Japanese government of their intention to come to Japan at the time of the Tokyo Olympics.