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More than 300 events included in program of Year of Mutual Exchanges with South Korea

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More than 300 events included in program of Year of Mutual Exchanges with South Korea


23.03.2021

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The year of mutual exchanges between Russia and South Korea, which should open in the near future, will become an additional incentive to discuss the development of relations between the two countries in all sectors. This was stated by Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov before his visit to Seoul, TASS reports.

According to the Foreign Minister, there are many areas where joint work continues. And they manage to achieve good results.

Sergey Lavrov recalled that the opening ceremony of the cross year was scheduled for last year. Unfortunately, restrictions aimed at preventing the spread of coronavirus infection forced the ceremony to be postponed to a later date.

The cross-year program included more than 300 events. They will become a solid foundation for strengthening bilateral ties, will expand personal contacts between people, mutual understanding between citizens of the two countries, Sergei Lavrov stressed.

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