Khartoum- The Sudanese Minister of Foreign Affairs Ibrahim Ghandour has started today “Monday” a three-day visit to South Korea in response to an invitation to his Korean
counterpart Yun Byung-se for reviewing the progress of bilateral relations between the two countries and consultation over the different regional and international issues of mutual concern.
The official spokesperson of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ambassador Gariballa Al-Khidir, said in a press release, of which Ashorooq network has received a copy Sunday that the three day visit includes, in addition to the official talks with Korean Foreign Affairs Minister, a series of meetings and interviews.
Al-Khidir added that the Minister will have a meeting during the visit with The President of the Korean Agency for International Cooperation to review with him the progress of the Korean technical assistance to Sudan and future projects in addition to meeting the Manager of the Korean-African Center.
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