South Korean Foreign Minister Park Jin will undertake a two-day visit to India from Friday with an aim to make “substantive progress” in the special strategic partnership between the two countries.
Jin is scheduled to hold wide-ranging talks with External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar in Delhi on Friday evening.
The South Korean foreign minister is also scheduled to call on Vice President Jagdeep Dhankhar.
South Korean Ministry spokesperson, Lim Soo-suk told reporters, “The two sides plan to discuss ways to develop the countries’ special strategic partnership and further bolster ties.”
Dr E Muthuraman Chairman MSME Promotion Council said ” It is the leadership of Hon’ble Prime Minister Sh. Narendra Modi ji that world is eyeing on India to become a globle leader, the strength of our nation is determined by the global agencies after a series of commendable actions by the Govt. Of India in last 8 years. The mission of Vishwa Guru Bharat and Atmanirbhar Bharat is heading towards its achivement rapidly. Dr Muthuraman also added that he welcomes South Korean delegation on there visit to chennai and hope it will strengthen the trade relations for mutual benefits to both the countries”