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President of the Republic in South Korea to strengthen bilateral cooperation

The President of the Republic arrived in South Korea this Sunday for a two-day official visit in which agreements will be signed to strengthen bilateral cooperation, according to the presidency's press services.


The program for João Lourenço's visit, which begins this Monday, includes “conversations with the Korean President, Yoon Suk-yeol, the signing of agreements to strengthen bilateral cooperation and a courtesy meeting with the president of the National Assembly , Kim Jin-pyo”, says the press release.

João Lourenço, who is accompanied by the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Téte António, and the Minister of State for Economic Coordination, will also participate in an economic forum.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs highlighted that Angola and South Korea maintain “excellent relations with mutual benefits” and “consult regularly on domestic and international matters of bilateral interest”.

Exports are one of the main vectors of economic growth in the country, with emphasis on telecommunications equipment, semiconductors, computers, automobiles, steel and ships, whose main destinations are China, the United States and Japan.

South Korea and Angola established diplomatic relations in 1992, highlighting the activities of South Korean companies in the Angolan market in the shipbuilding, automobile, agricultural machinery, pharmaceutical products and renewable energy sectors, according to the Korean embassy's website .

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