Kyrgyz Prime Minister and Korean Ambassador discuss cooperation issues
Kyrgyz Prime Minister Mukhammedkalyi Abylgaziyev met with Ambassador of the Republic of Korea to the Kyrgyz Republic Ha Tae-yeok, kabar.kg reports.
During the meeting, issues of cooperation between Kyrgyzstan and Korea, as well as prospects for further cooperation in the implementation of joint projects were discussed, the press service of the Government of the Kyrgyz Republic reported.
Mutual interest was emphasized in enhancing Kyrgyz-Korean cooperation in the trade, economic, investment and transport and logistics spheres, taking into account the favorable conditions for doing business created in Kyrgyzstan and the country's capabilities related to participation in the economic integration processes in the Eurasian space and GSP+ preferences provided by the European Union.
Ambassador Ha Tae-yeok noted that Korea and, in particular, the Korea International Cooperation Agency aim at supporting economically viable projects in the regions of Kyrgyzstan as part of the Government’s work that will help strengthen the country's export potential. He also assured of his willingness to make every effort to attract Korean investment in the most attractive sectors of the Kyrgyz economy.
The meeting was also attended by Head of the Representative Office of the Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) in the Kyrgyz Republic Dongil.