Monday, 8 Mar 2021
South Korean Prime Minister Lee Nak-yon will visit Oman from July 23-25 as part of a three-nation tour, Yonhap News Agency has reported.

South Korean Prime Minister to pay a visit to Oman from July 23-25

In Oman, Lee will hold talks on expanding financial cooperation among the two nations beyond standard locations such as power and infrastructure to new locations such as details and communications technologies, intelligent cities, healthcare and the defence business, Yonhap mentioned.

As element of the 3-nation tour, Lee visited Kenya from July 19-21. Lee held talks with Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta on growing trade and investment among the two nations, and permitting South Korean businesses to expand to the African nation in infrastructure, power and other locations.

Lee attended a Korea-Kenya company forum, visited the Kenya workplace of the Korea Program on International Agriculture, an help project run by the state-run Rural Development Administration and attended a ceremony to provide World Food Program help to the nation.

Lee then left for Tanzania that created him the initial best South Korean official to pay a visit to the African nation in 26 years because the two nations forged diplomatic relations in 1992.

The trip contains a courtesy contact on President John Magufuli, talks with Prime Minister Kassim Majaliwa, a pay a visit to to the web site of South Korea’s official improvement help programme (ODA) in the nation and attending a forum of company leaders of the two nations. Talks with Majaliwa will concentrate on how to carry out ODA projects effectively and expand South Korean companies’ presence in the African nation. The two sides also strategy to sign a visa-waiver treaty for official and diplomatic passport holders, officials mentioned.

Information Source: Muscat Daily

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