South Korean President Moon Jae-in will arrive in Cairo tomorrow, Wednesday, in an official visit that will last until Friday. During this visit, South Korean President will meet with President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi to discuss ways to enhance cooperation in the field of environmentally friendly business.
After his meeting with President Sisi, Moon plans to participate in a business round table to discuss ways of cooperation in environmentally friendly industries.
South Korea stressed that that Egypt is of great importance as it is an international logistics center with the Suez Canal and a base for Korean companies to penetrate Africa.
The trip will be an opportunity to consolidate the foundations of cooperation not only in traditional areas of cooperation such as energy, construction and infrastructure, but also in promising areas such as healthcare, science and technology.
Moon Jae-in is making a trip to three Middle Eastern countries as South Korea seeks to strengthen ties with Egypt, the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia in the fields of energy, construction and infrastructure, according to Korean officials.