Because of the strong reactions that have already taken place in both countries, this was also one of the most difficult foreign policy decisions Abe and Park have made to date. While the jury is still not above the actual impact of the deal, Abe, Park and all those who worked to make the Mondays deal come to good for what they have accomplished. Park “hoped that the two governments, having gone through a difficult process to reach this agreement, could work closely together to build trust and open a new relationship,” his office told Abe. Japan`s decision to dismiss its ambassador appears to have been made without regard to South Korea`s ongoing political crisis following the impeachment of Park Geun-hye following an influence scandal. . . .