New Delhi – South Korea’s President Moon Jae-in might pay a visit to India next month. Although his date of visit has not been confirmed, he is expected to visit India during the first week of July. Last month, Minister of State for External Affairs, General VK Singh went on a visit to North Korea. It was first time in 20 years a high-ranking personnel from India visited North Korea. In addition, India also appointed an Ambassador in North Korea. South Korea’s President arrives in India on the backdrop of new relations between India and North Korea, which has given special significance.
In May, General VK Singh met the Vice President of North Korea Kim Yong Dai, Foreign Minister Rei Yong Ho, Deputy Foreign Minister Choe Hui-chol, cultural minister Pak Chun Nam and discussed political, economic, educational and cultural cooperation. It was a few days before the historic visit of North Korean ruler Kim Jong Un and South Korea’s President Moon Jae-in took place. After a long time in the Cold War, the atmosphere of dialogue was created in both the countries. Thereafter, on June 12, US President Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un of North Korea will meet him in Singapore.
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