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FM Corlatean discuss cooperation with S. Korean leaders

Romanian Minister of Foreign Affairs, Titus Corlatean, on Thursday, July 11, had a meeting with Korean Prime Minister, Chung Hong-won, occasion on which the two dignitaries underscored the need to maintain bilateral political dialogue and intensify cooperation between the two states, Agerpres informs.
‘During the talks, the two dignitaries underscored the need to maintain the bilateral political dialogue between the two states at a level proportional to the evolution of relations in such fields as economy, education and culture, science and technology, and in compliance with the principles mentioned in the Joint Declaration on the Establishment of a Strategic Partnership and the provisions of the Joint Action Plan between Romania and the Republic of Korea for implementing this document. At the same time, there was mentioned the need to identify such fields of activity for future cooperation between the two countries and to establish such precise coordinates for amplifying this cooperation,’ specified the Romanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
During the meeting with South Korean counterpart Yun Byung-se in Seoul, FM Corlatean suggested negotiations over a memorandum of understanding between the foreign ministries of Romania and South Korea to be signed on a visit of South Korea’s foreign minister to Bucharest, that will set up a ‘constant, substantial and deepened dialogue on various themes of common interest, both bilateral and multilateral.’ FM Corlatean has had also meetings with the acting Chairman of the National Assembly of the Republic of Korea Lee Byung-suk and the president of the group of friendship with Romania Woo Sang-ho.

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