South Korean's Lee Nak-yeon accepts Chahed's invitation to visit Tunisia | Tunisia News Gazette

South Korean’s Lee Nak-yeon accepts Chahed’s invitation to visit Tunisia

South Korean Prime Minister Lee Nak-yeon accepted Prime Minister Youssef Chahed’s invitation to visit Tunisia.

This invitation was handed over to the South Koran official on Monday by Foreign Minister Khemaies Jhinaoui, who is on a two-day working visit (April 23-24) in Seoul to co-chair with his south Korean counterpart Kang Kyung-wha the 10th session of the Tunisian-Korean Joint Commission. The previous session had been held in 2008.

According to a Foreign Ministry press release, the invitation was warmly accepted by the south-Korean PM who promised to visit Tunisia as soon as possible.

During his meeting with Jhinaoui, the south-Korean PM reaffirmed his country’s commitment to stand by Tunisia which thanks to the success of its democratic transition enjoys a bright aura in the region and across the world.

Jhinaoui called for his part, South Korea to support Tunisia’s efforts in matters of economic transition, incite the south-Korean enterprises and businessmen to invest in high-value-added sectors and make the most of the promising advantages and opportunities offered in this field.

According to the same press release, a south-Korean business mission will pay a visit to Tunisia before the end of 2018 to familiarise with the megaprojects scheduled as part the five year development plan (2016-2020) and to identify co-operation opportunities between businessmen on the basis of a win-win partnership.

Soure: TAP News Agency

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