UAE and South Korea are exploring the ‘new horizons of cooperation’ after Shaikh Mohammad Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, had a state visit to South Korea for discussion with the President of South Korea Moon Jae-in.
In an announcement made by the officials of Moon Jae-in, it was said, the UAE and South Korea are planning to jointly work in various fields such as information technology, 5G technology and security, and defense.
On Tuesday, Shaikh Mohammad Bin Zayed tweeted that “I have arrived in South Korea, a country with which we have strong strategic ties. We look forward to opening new horizons of cooperation and forging constructive partnerships.”
Shaikh Mohammad also visited the Korean National Assembly.
The Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi also wrote on Twitter, “I am pleased to visit the Korean National Assembly and meet with its leaders. Parliamentary relations are an important part of the close relationship between our friendly countries and peoples.”
Shaikh Mohammad stated, “The commemoration of those who sacrificed themselves in defense of their homeland and to keep this memory alive in the minds and hearts of generations, is the least that can be offered to them. This remarkable national landmark honors the sacrifices made by the Korean people which were instrumental in the country’s breakthrough towards progress, success, and leadership.”
The prince also visited Hwaseong, South Korea which is famous for Samsung’s most advanced facilities and witnessed Samsung’s fifth-generation semiconductor showroom and production line.

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