October 11, 2018

Romania, South Korea partnership, discussed by Liviu Dragnea with Moon Hee-sang
Oct 11, 2018

Romania, South Korea partnership, discussed by Liviu Dragnea with Moon Hee-sang.
Strengthening the existing partnership between Romania and South Korea was the main topic for discussion on Thursday between the Speaker of the Deputies Chamber, Liviu Dragnea, and the Speaker of the National Assembly of the Republic of Korea, Moon Hee-sang. The two high-ranked officials discussed about the strengthening of the bilateral relations between Romania and Korea in the context of the existing Strategic Partnership between the two countries, especially in the economic field, reads a release of the Deputies' Chamber, which also specifies that the Korean delegation is paying an official visit to Romania on the occasion of the 55th anniversary since the establishment of the diplomatic bilateral relations and the 10th anniversary since the conclusion of the Strategic Partnership. "The Korean delegation coming to the Deputies' Chamber was an excellent occasion to renew our country's interest in strengthening dialogue and cooperation, both at inter-parliamentary level, including at the level of the specialist committees and friendship groups, as well as at governmental level. Thus, they appreciated the opportunity represented by the implementation of the Strategic Partnership, in the sense of the consolidation of the relations between the two countries in key fields, such as security and economy. Thus, Liviu Dragnea underscored our country's interest in capitalizing on the Strategic Partnership by bringing economic cooperation, which does not reflect the potential of the bilateral relation yet, in the foreground, voicing interest at the same time in increasing South-Korean investments in Romania, through the materialization of concrete large international projects," informs the same source. The Speaker of the National Assembly of the Republic of Korea also gave assurance that his country remains open to the Romanian proposals and projects, mentioning that the most important instrument in the advancement of the relations between the two states is represented by the constant dialogue on such topics of a common interests. The Korean delegation led by the Speaker of the National Assembly of the Republic of Korea also included Jeong Kab Yoon, member in the National Assembly, Sul Hoon, member of the National Assembly, as well as Kim Eun Joong, Ambassador of the Republic of Korea in Romania. AGERPRES (RO - author: Catalina Matei, editor: Andreea Rotaru; EN - author: Cristina Zaharia, author: Adina Panaitescu)    
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