Hyundai Motor Group invites high-ranking officials from Latin America to request support for ‘Busan Expo’

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Gong Young-woon (second from right), president of Hyundai Motor Group, hosted the Busan World Expo by explaining Busan’s competitive advantage and vision as a venue for the World Expo to high-ranking government officials and ambassadors from major Latin American countries at the Hyundai Motorstudio Busan, the Hyundai Motor Brand Experience Center. are providing support. Provided by Hyundai Motor Group
Hyundai Motor Group has provided support to host the 2030 World Expo (Expo) in Busan.

According to Hyundai Motor Company on the 6th, Hyundai Motor Group invited high-ranking officials from major Latin American countries to ‘Hyundai Motor Studio Busan’, a Hyundai Motor Brand Experience Center, and requested support for the bid for the 2030 World Expo (Expo) in Busan.

The event was attended by 23 people, including high-ranking officials from 10 Latin American countries, including Arnoldo Andre, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Costa Rica, Henrique Reina of Honduras, and José Angel Lopez, Minister of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs of Guatemala.

They have been visiting Busan since the previous day to attend the ‘2022 Korea-Latin America Future Cooperation Forum’ jointly hosted by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the city of Busan. Hyundai Motor Group delivered a message related to technological innovation for the future and humanity that the 2030 Busan Expo is aiming for.

In particular, based on the fact that Hyundai Motor Studio Busan was built on the site of a steel factory in the past, the story of transforming an aging steel factory into a complex cultural space where people, culture and art harmonize was explained as an example of cultural creativity in Korea and Busan.

Antonio Almonte (from left), Minister of Energy and Minerals of the Dominican Republic, Fernando Mikivich, Deputy Minister of E-Government, Brazil, Carlino Velázquez, Deputy Minister of Public Works and Communications, Paraguay; Foreign Minister Andre Gong Young-woon, President of Hyundai Motor Group, Honduras Foreign Minister Eduardo Enrique Reina, Colombia Adriana Rendon Vice-President, Ecuador Luis Bayas, Ecuador Vice Foreign Minister, El Salvador Jonathan Fabricio Mena, Deputy Chief of Innovation, Presidential Office.  Provided by Hyundai Motor GroupAntonio Almonte (from left), Minister of Energy and Minerals of the Dominican Republic, Fernando Mikivich, Deputy Minister of E-Government, Brazil, Carlino Velázquez, Deputy Minister of Public Works and Communications, Paraguay; Foreign Minister Andre Gong Young-woon, President of Hyundai Motor Group, Honduras Foreign Minister Eduardo Enrique Reina, Colombia Adriana Rendon Vice-President, Ecuador Luis Bayas, Ecuador Vice Foreign Minister, El Salvador Jonathan Fabricio Mena, Deputy Chief of Innovation, Presidential Office. Provided by Hyundai Motor Group
In addition, Hyundai Motor Group emphasized the dynamism and future direction of Busan and Korea, which is taking off as a global hub city, and actively preached Busan’s competitive advantage points and vision, and asked for support from each country, the Hyundai Motor Group reported.

“The dynamic and future-oriented Busan will be the best place to design a new future for mankind through the 2030 World Expo,” Hyundai Motor Group President Gong Young-woon said.

Meanwhile, Hyundai Motor Group was the first among domestic conglomerates to set up a group-wide task force (TF) to support the promotion of the Busan Expo in August last year.

A researcher from the R&D headquarters participated as a representative speaker at the competition briefing session (PT) held by the Paris International Exposition Organization (BIE) held at the Paris International Exposition Organization (BIE) General Assembly last month. It also carried out practical recruitment support activities through the

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