“Freedom and unity will be the key,” said President Yoon Seok-yeol’s speech at the United Nations General Assembly in New York, the presidential office said.
Kim Seong-han, head of the National Security Bureau in the presidential office, held a briefing at a press center in New York and said, “President Yoon’s message is that countries that share the value of freedom should unite around the United Nations.” It will contain the message that a win-win can only be created by actively helping countries,” he said.
Kim also said, “Korea was able to jump from a country with a per capita income of less than $100 to one of the world’s top 10 powerhouses because the countries of the free world, including the United States, believed in Korea and helped” active.” “This is a good precedent.” This is the content to be implemented in conjunction with the United Nations.”
“The purpose of this United Nations General Assembly is to find new solutions to complexly linked crises such as pandemics, climate change, food security, energy and war,” he said.
President Yoon will be the 10th member of the member countries to stand on the podium, and his speech is expected to be between 1:30 and 2:00 pm Korean time on the 21st.