The Foreign Minister of Kazakh pays a visit to South Korea

By | September 23, 2019

Kazakh Foreign Minister Beibut Atamkulov talked about respective relations, worldwide issues and the circumstance on the Korean Peninsula with South Korean Prime Minister Lee Nak-yeon and other high ranking representatives and business pioneers in Seoul on Sept. 16.

 

“The Republic of Korea is one of the key accomplices in Asia, and our political connection compares to this status,” said Atamkulov during his gathering with the South Korean Prime Minister. He additionally noticed Kazakhstan’s longing to grow relations.

 

Lee Nak-yeon likewise commended the advancement of Kazakhstan’s economy, which started under Kazakhstan’s First President, Nursultan Nazarbayev.

 

This year is the tenth commemoration of vital association between the two nations. The two nations additionally concurred in April during the visit to Kazakhstan by South Korean President Moon Jae-in to collaborate on the Fresh Wind program. The program is presently overseen by a reciprocal working gathering.

 

The two nations likewise work inside the Central Asia-South Korea gathering, which will meet again in October in Nur-Sultan.

 

Atamkulov likewise met during his encounter with UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon. The previous UN Secretary-General applauded Kazakhstan and Nazarbayev for revoking the huge atomic armory acquired from the Soviet Union and Kazakhstan’s continuous endeavors to accomplish an atomic without weapons world.

 

Atamkulov likewise met with and said thanks to Speaker of the South Korean National Assembly, a unicameral parliament of South Korea, Moon Hee-sang, for supporting the fourth gathering of the speakers of parliaments of Eurasian nations in the Kazakh capital.

 

Atamkulov likewise met with South Korean business pioneers, including those from Kolon, Samsung Electronics, Doosan Heavy Industry, Hyosung Corporation Group and Hyundai Heavy Industries.

 

Korea is Kazakhstan’s second biggest exchanging accomplice Asia. Exchange 2018 came to $4 billion and came to almost $2.7 billion in the main half 2019. Between 2005 and 2019, Korea put more than $5.3 billion into Kazakhstan’s economy.

 

The Kazakh remote minister additionally met during his outing with South Korean Foreign Minister Kang Kyung-wha and Minister of Commerce, Industry and Energy Sung Yun-mo, revealed the press-administration of Kazakhstan’s Foreign Ministry.