尹 Continued diplomatic activities in Korea… Summit with the Netherlands, Spain and Saudi Arabia

尹 Continued diplomatic activities in Korea… Summit with the Netherlands, Spain and Saudi Arabia

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President Yoon Seok-yeol, who returned from a trip to Southeast Asia, will continue diplomatic activities in Korea from the 17th. The Korea-Netherlands summit will be held on the 17th, and the Korea-Spain summit will be held on the 18th. A summit with Saudi Arabia is also expected to take place.

At a briefing at the Yongsan Presidential Office on the 16th, National Security Bureau Director Kim Seong-han said, “The summit diplomacy schedule will continue from tomorrow. Summits have been arranged with the Netherlands on the 17th and Spain on the 18th. The meeting with Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman of Saudi Arabia is currently being completed.”

President Yoon is expected to discuss strengthening cooperation in the semiconductor supply chain at the Korea-Netherlands summit. Renewable energy and security cooperation is expected to come to the table at the Korea-Spain summit. Cooperation between the governments and companies of the two countries on urban infrastructure, nuclear energy, and defense is expected to be a major item on the agenda with Crown Prince bin Salman. Korea and Saudi Arabia are competing to host Expo 2030 (World Expo), so it seems there will be no mention of this.

Meanwhile, the Office of the President announced that six key achievements were achieved through the ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations) and G20 (20 major countries) summits held in Cambodia and Indonesia from the 11th to the 15th. △Announcement of an independent Indo-Pacific strategy △Announcement of the Korea-ASEAN Solidarity Initiative △Strengthening of the Korea-US alliance △Strengthening of trilateral cooperation between Korea-US-Japan △Resumption of the Korea-Japan summit △Resumption of the Korea-China summit.


Kim Seong-han, head of the National Security Bureau, said, “Through this trip, an important milestone has been set in Korean diplomacy. Following the United Nations General Assembly, the Indo-Pacific Strategy and the Korea-ASEAN Unity Strategy were issued to set Korea’s diplomatic direction and principles. We also discussed how to ensure Korea’s survival and food for the future. “

Reporter Ahn Young-guk [email protected]

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