On Tuesday, Park Byeong-Seug, the Speaker of South Korean National Assembly, who is currently visiting Egypt at the head of a senior government delegation, made a tour at the Saqqara antiquities area and Pyramids of Giza.
He was received by Sabry Farag, the General Director of the Saqqara antiquities area, where he expressed his joy in visiting the Step Pyramid. It is the oldest truly monumental stone building in the world. They were fascinated by the beauty and splendor of the statues there.
During his visit to the Pyramid, the Korean Speaker was received by Ashraf Mohi El-Din, Director of the Antiquities area of the Pyramids; he visited the Great Pyramid and the Sphinx, expressing his happiness, and his fascination with the ancient Egyptian civilization.
Park Byeong-Seug also was keen to take memorial photos in the Panorama area, expressing his happiness with this exciting visit.
On Monday, Counselor Hanafi Jebali, the Speaker of the Egyptian House of Representatives (HoR), received the Speaker of South Korean National Assembly, who is currently visiting Egypt.
The meeting was attended by the House’s two undersecretaries, MP Ahmed Saad El-Din and MP Mohamed Aboul Enein.
The House Speaker also stressed that the Egyptian-Korean bilateral relations are witnessing a special boom in light of the exchange of high-level visits, which casts a positive shadow towards pushing cooperation between the two countries in all fields.
On his part, Park Byeong-Seug expressed his appreciation and deep pride to visit Egypt, saying that it comes in light of the positive momentum witnessed by the bilateral relations between the two friendly countries. He added that this represents an extension of the historical ties that unite the two countries.
Translated by Hassanain Tayea