Presidents Moon Jae-in and Emmanuel Macron maintain talks on the sidelines of the G-7 summit in Cornwall, England, Sunday. (Yonhap)
President Moon Jae-in met along with his French counterpart, Emmanuel Macron, on the sidelines of the Group of Seven summit within the southwestern British county of Cornwall.
Throughout the 45 minute “pull apart” assembly, the 2 leaders shared their international locations’ measures towards the coronavirus pandemic and financial circumstances, in response to Cheong Wa Dae spokesperson Park Kyung-mee.
Macron instructed Moon that France hopes to strengthen cooperation with South Korea on key expertise areas. He expressed hope the 2 sides will enhance ties, notably in areas of cutting-edge expertise, similar to semiconductors and electrical automobiles, and in addition expressed curiosity in areas of public well being and vitality.
Moon reciprocated by saying that South Korea additionally hopes to bolster ties within the areas, both with France or the European Union.
Macron mentioned that cooperation in tradition and training is a vital axis sustaining the Seoul-Paris relationship. Moon replied by saying he hoped to see development in bilateral trade when it comes to coaching and training within the fields of synthetic intelligence and software program.
Moon additionally briefed Macron on the end result of his current summit with U.S. President Joe Biden, expressing anticipation for optimistic diplomatic developments in direction of North Korea and the US.
Macron, in response, reiterated his robust help towards Seoul’s Korea peace course of initiative, Park mentioned. (Joint Press Corps)