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rnment will prudently look into it, factoring in all related elements concerning the move by the Japanese side," the ministry said in a text message sent to reporters. Japanese Foreign Minister Taro Kono (far left) and his South Korean counterpart Kang Kyung Wha hold talks in Davos, Switzerland, on January 23. (Kyodo)Tensions have run high between the neighbors as Japan has protested South Korean Supreme Court rulings last year that ordered Japanese firms to compensate South Korean victims of forced labor.Tokyo argues that all colonial-era reparation issues were settled under the 1965 deal. The Japanese firms have not complied with the court orders, prompting the victims to take legal steps to seize or liquidate the companies' assets based in Korea, and Japan to warn of "countermeasures" to protect the companies.The 1965 accord stipulates that the two sides are to settle any dispute related to the accord primarily through diplomatic channels. If they fail to settle it, the case can then be 롤대리 referred 롤대리 to a commission involving a third-country arbitrator agreed on by the two sides.In January, Tokyo called for bilateral diplomatic talks with Seoul.Seoul has remained unresponsive to the call while maintaining that a government cannot meddle in 롤대리 a court decision under a democratic system that separates three powers -- the executive, legislature and judiciary.Seoul and Tokyo are currently coordinating over possible talks between Foreign Minister Kang Kyung-wha and her Japanese counterpart, Taro Kono, on the sidelines of a min
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