Malacañang affirms Duterte visit to South Korea in June

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Duterte to visit South Kor

President Rodrigo Duterte will visit South Korea to meet with his partner this June.

Nevertheless affirm Malacañang by Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque and South Korea’s Office of the President on Saturday.

He said the President’s first official visit to South Korea will be on June 3 to 5.

Hence the legislature of South Korea said on June 4, President Moon Jae-in will hold a summit with Duterte, which will be trail by an official supper.

Amid the summit, South Korea’s Office of the President said the two nations will have

“substantive joint effort” in venture, framework, national safeguard, and agribusiness,

among others.

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Roque Perspective

Besides ito po ay kalakalan dad rin, saka iyong kapakanan noong ating mga manggagawa doon sa Korea (This is to talk exchange, and for the welfare of Filipino specialists there),” Roque said of what will be examine in the two pioneers’ gathering.

Different subtle elements of the outing will be uncover in a press preparation on Monday, he include.

Duterte and Moon last had a reciprocal gathering on the sidelines of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Summit in Manila a year ago. Duterte encouraged Moon to put more in the Philippines, while the South Korean pioneer said he planned to improve his nation’s relations with part conditions of the ASEAN, including the Philippines.

Furthermore there are around 60,000 Filipinos in South Korea, as indicated by the Commission on Filipinos Overseas.

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