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  • 10 June 2019

    The Visegrad Four and Republic of Korea Foreign Ministers’ meeting took place on the 7th of June in Bratislava. The discussion focused on cooperation in areas such as education, cybersecurity and culture. The discussions did not fall short on the security of the Korean Penninsula as well as Europe. During this time, Minister Jacek Czaputowicz attended a number of separate bilateral meetings, including one with Korean counterpart Kang Kyung-wha.

    The head of the Polish diplomacy thanked for Korea’s engagement in the Ministerial to Promote Peace and Security in the Middle East earlier this year in Warsaw. The meeting also concerned economic cooperation between the two countries. Czaputowicz commented that  “we regard Korea as our strategic partner. We see great potential especially in infrastructural investments, research and innovation.”

     

    The V4 Group meeting was held during the time of the GLOBSEC Forum, which was held  in Bratislava between 6th and 8th of June. Minister Czaputowicz participated in a discussion panel committed to handling the problems that the North Atlantic Alliance may face in the upcoming decade (“NATO at 80”: Alliance Navigating Disrupted Partnerships). In his speech, the Minister underlined the traditional challenges that NATO and the transatlantic community face, as well as modern issues like cybersecurity. Minister Czaputowicz pointed towards the aggressive politics of Russia, as well as the terror threats coming in from the Middle East.

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