Korean Prime Minister visits Panama

The minister in charge Vladimir Franco Sousa, received the Korean Prime Minister, Han Duck-soo, and his delegation at the Panama Pacifico International Airport, as part of an important official mission in the country that includes a meeting with the President of the Republic, Laurentino Cortizo Cohen, in order to strengthen the common agenda in diplomatic, commercial and cultural matters.

During his visit, Prime Minister Duck-soo and his delegation will participate in an extended meeting in the Cabinet Council Room with the Ministers: Federico Alfaro Boyd; of Commerce and Industries, Vladimir Franco; Minister in charge of Foreign Relations, José Rojas Pardini; of Private Investment, Saleh Asvat; Chief of Staff and National Secretary of the Public Private Association, Jorge Almengor, Vice Minister of Economy, Isbeth Quiel Murcia, Deputy Minister of Foreign Relations in charge.

The Prime Minister and his delegation will visit the Panama Canal, the works of the third line of the Metro -currently the largest public project in Panama- and the Concretera in Vacamonte, where Korean companies participate.

This is the first official visit by a high-level Korean official to Panama in thirteen years. The previous visit was by then South Korean President Lee Myung-bak in 2010.

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