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Reporter : Kim Hyun-bin
Mon, December 11, 2023 | 11:32
'Korea, India need to strengthen partnership amid uncertainties'
Indian Ambassador to Korea Amit Kumar emphasized the importance of the deepening strategic partnership between Korea and India, Thursday, underscoring that the multifaceted nature of this partnership, including political and strategic consultations, economic ...
Estonian president vows to strengthen Korea-Estonia relations through embassy in Seoul
Estonian President Alar Karis emphasized the close ties and shared values between Korea and Estonia while expressing his commitment to enhancing their bilateral relations after announcing the opening of the Estonian Embassy in Seoul, Wednesday, marking a significant step forward in fostering cooperation between the two nations.
Long historic ties underpin strong Korea-India partnership
On the global stage, marked by geopolitical shifts and economic uncertainties, Korea and India have emerged as strong partners, forging deeper diplomatic and economic ties. The relationship between these two Asian powerhouses has steadily evolved, with both countries recognizing the mutual benefits of collaboration.
Tripartite meeting among ASEAN Korea, China, Japan centers to convene in Jeju
The ASEAN-Korea Centre (AKC) is set to host the 19th Tripartite Meeting among the secretaries general of the ASEAN-Korea Centre (AKC), the ASEAN-China Centre (ACC) and the ASEAN-Japan Centre (AJC), Thursday, at the International Peace Center on Jeju Island.
[INTERVIEW] Israeli embassy gives safety reassurances to Koreans amid Hamas attacks
The Israeli embassy offered reassurances, Tuesday, to protect Koreans and Korean companies in Israel amid the ongoing war with Hamas.
Korea, India celebrate 50 years of diplomatic ties with SARANG Festival
Korea and India are commemorating the 50th anniversary of diplomatic ties this year, marked by a multitude of cultural exchange programs, including 'SARANG - The Festival of India,' which is scheduled for Wednesday.
Foreigners write in Hangeul
Foreign participants write calligraphy in Hangeul during the 14th Gwanghwamun Square Calligraphy Contest in Seoul, Monday. The annual contest, hosted by the Seoul Metropolitan Government, is held every Hangeul Day to provide an opportunity for the participants to discover the excellent qualities of Hangeul, the Korean alphabet, which was invented by King Sejong of the Joseon...
Parties set to clash at Nat'l Assembly audit of government
The National Assembly's audit of the government, scheduled to kick off, Tuesday, is poised to set the stage for a fierce political showdown as both the ruling and opposition parties are preparing for a rigorous 24-day performance evaluation.
Why does North Korea use term 'puppet' to describe South Korea?
North Korea has recently appeared to abandon the use of the term South Korea. Instead, the reclusive regime uses the term “puppet” to describe the South.
Korea-Taiwan partnership defends democracy, prosperity on global stage
Kuang-Chung Liang, the representative of the Taipei mission in Korea, underscored the significance of the Taiwan-Korea partnership as a beacon of hope and progress in a world that values freedom, democracy and human rights, during the Taiwan National Day ceremony held in Seoul, Friday.
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