President Moon departs for UAE on the new Air Force Unit 1 … Starts visiting three Middle East countries | Joongang Ilbo | JoongAng Ilbo

Ⓒ JoongAng Ilbo / JoongAng Ilbo Japanese version2022.01.16 09:23

President Moon Jae-in departed from Seoul Airport on the 15th to visit the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Saudi Arabia, and Egypt’s three Middle East countries on an eight-day schedule.

This afternoon, President Moon boarded the newly introduced “Air Force Unit 1” from Seoul Airport in Seongnam, Gyeonggi Province, and headed for a visit to the three countries of the Middle East.

President Moon will visit the UAE on the 16th and start the official schedule by attending the hydrogen cooperation business roundtable of both countries. It is the first time in four years that President Moon has visited the UAE.

At this seat, President Moon will request cooperation between the two governments and companies regarding hydrogen, and the advance of Korean companies into the UAE. He will continue to schedule meetings with Prime Minister Muhammad bin Rashid McTom and Chief of Dubai.

Participated in the official event of “Korea Day” at the Dubai Expo on the 16th, and aimed directly at the leaders of the member countries of the Bureau International des Expositions (BIE) and general spectators to invite the Busan Expo in 2030. Embark on public relations activities.

On the 17th, he will meet with Crown Prince Mohammed bin Zayed Earl Nahiyan of Abu Dhabi to discuss plans to deepen cooperation between the two countries in areas such as climate change, defense and defense industry, and health care.

President Moon will make an official visit to Saudi Arabia from the 18th to the 19th to meet with Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman, attend the Smart Innovation and Growth Forum, and meet with the Secretary-General of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC).

On the 20th to 21st, President Shishi will make an official visit to Egypt to handle the schedule for the summit meeting and the future / green business roundtable.

The Blue House (Presidential Palace) said, “We hope that President Moon’s visit will build a foundation for cooperation with the changing Middle East and a better future. Future energy such as hydrogen, defense industry and construction orders, and export promotion. It will be able to contribute to such things. “

President Moon will return to Japan on the 22nd after completing the eight-day visit.




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