PM Modi talks to the President of South Korea, discusses to strengthen strategic partnership

PM Modi talks to the President of South Korea, discusses to strengthen strategic partnership
PM Modi talks to the President of South Korea, discusses to strengthen strategic partnership

Prime Minister Narendra Modi spoke to the elected President of South Korea, Yoon Seok-Yul. He congratulated him on his victory in the presidential election in the Republic of Korea. Discussed the potential to deepen the India-Korea Special Strategic Partnership in several areas. At the same time, he said that he wants to work with them to expand further and strengthen the two countries’ strategic partnerships. Am.

PM Modi talks to the President of South Korea, discusses to strengthen strategic partnership
PM Modi talks to the President of South Korea, discusses to strengthen strategic partnership

I look forward to working with him to expand and strengthen the special political partnership between the two countries.

The winning candidate will take up the presidency two months later in May and a five-year term as leader of the world’s 10th largest economy. Lee Jae-Myung and Eun Suk-Yul have had one of the bitterest political campaigns. Last month, the ruling Democratic Party’s presidential candidate Lee Jae-Myung was ahead of the opposition People’s Power Party’s Eun-suk Yeol with 43.7 per cent against 42.2 per cent. Recently, both agreed that they would not conduct politically motivated investigations against others if they win.

An emergency meeting of the National Security Council was convened

The US Indo-Pacific Command said the test did not pose any immediate threat to US personnel or the region or its allies. The US has asked North Korea to refrain from any activity that creates tension. At the same time, it has also said that it is in close consultation with South Korea and other regional allies and partners regarding the missile test. Japan’s Defense Ministry also insisted that a potential weapon could be ballistic missiles. Officials in Seoul called an emergency meeting of the National Security Council.

The latest test comes nearly a week after South Korea and Japan claimed that North Korea on Sunday test-fired a ballistic missile that reached a range of about 300 km and an altitude of about 600 km. North Korea later said its test was for the camera system as it plans to place it on a reconnaissance satellite. Yun seeks to expand expanded nuclear alliance consultations with the United States and a tripartite meeting with Washington and Tokyo. Want to strengthen the partnership and join the Quad gathering of the USA, Australia, Japan and India.

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