Minister of Foreign Affairs Park Jin met with the ambassador of Central Asia, celebrating the 30th anniversary of diplomatic ties this year, and emphasized the need to expand cooperation.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced today (22nd) that Minister Park Jin had a meeting with the Central Asian delegations to Korea, including Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan, and discussed ways of cooperation.
Minister Park told Central Asian ambassadors, “The Yun Seok-yeol government is aiming to become a global pivotal country that contributes to freedom, peace and prosperity. said.
Minister Park said, “We want to build a cooperative network for mutual growth and co-prosperity between Korea and Central Asia in the future. And let’s create another 30 years together with Korea and Central Asia,” he emphasized.
Kazakhstan Ambassador to Korea Bakit Duchenbayev congratulated Park on her inauguration, saying, “The Central Asian region has always played an important role in Korea’s foreign policy, and I hope that the new Korean government will pay even more special attention to the Central Asian region in the future.” said.
In addition, although the 30th anniversary of this year may be short historically, he said, “Central Asian countries and Korea have made great progress in cooperation both politically and economically. do,” he said.
Ambassador Barkit said, “Central Asia is a strategically important region because it is located between Europe and Asia economically and geographically. The role of Central Asia in various aspects is increasing, and related agendas are continuously being raised,” he emphasized.
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