Orlando Indian Community - OrlandoIndian.com
| | | | | | | | | | | |
 


 

Yoon returns home from 3-nation Central Asia tour

Author : IANS

International, Diplomacy, Politics, National, IPL Read Latest News and Articles

Share With Your Friends



Add an Article

View All Contributions

Add To My Favorite

Add A Picture

Seoul, June 16 (IANS) South Korean President Yoon Suk Yeol returned home on Sunday from a week-long trip to Turkmenistan, Kazakhstan, and Uzbekistan that focused on strengthening economic ties with the resource-rich nations.

Yoon paid state visits to all three countries and held summits with their leaders as part of his diplomatic push to secure critical minerals and energy supplies amid global supply chain uncertainties, Yonhap news agency reported.

During the trip, he introduced the "K-Silk Road" initiative, centered on creating a new cooperation model by linking South Korea's innovative capabilities with Central Asia's abundant resources and development potential.

South Korea signed critical minerals supply chain partnerships with each country, while South Korean companies finalised major infrastructure deals, including railway manufacturer Hyundai Rotem's $200 million contract to supply six high-speed trains to Uzbekistan Railways Corp.

--IANS

int/khz


Copyright and Disclaimer: All news and images appearing in our news section, search engines and social media are provided by IANS. If you face any issues related to the content/images, please contact our news service provider directly. We are not liable/responsible for any content/images related to the news service provider.


Latest News

View More News


More News Articles

Parineeti Chopra shares her 'biggest flex': 'Walking to meetings'

Head coach Gambhir takes charge as Indian players hit the ground in Pallekele

Shubhangi Atre, Yogesh Tripathi share parenting tips on National Parent's Day

Janhvi drops energetic dance video on 'Shaukan' after being discharged from hospital

Tillotama Shome's role in 'Tribhuvan Mishra' does not 'shy away from seeking out pleasure'