Yonhap News Agency, Seoul, November 22. South Korean Vice Minister of Defense (Deputy Minister) Shin Bum-chul met with visiting Ghanaian Defense Minister Dominique Nitivu at the Ministry of Defense office building on the 22nd. The two sides exchanged information on national defense and military industry exchanges and cooperation between the two countries Opinion.
Nitivu's visit to South Korea to attend the South Korea-Africa Military Industry Cooperation Conference is also his first visit to South Korea. Shin Bum-chul commented that after Ghana’s Deputy Defense Minister Kofi Amankwa Manu came to South Korea to attend the “2022 Seoul Security Dialogue” (SDD) in September this year, His Excellency the Minister of Defense also visited South Korea, and the two countries are strengthening cooperation. He suggested that South Korea and Canada will continue to carry out mutually beneficial cooperation in various fields such as personnel exchanges, peacekeeping, and military industry in the future. Nitivu agreed with this and hoped that this visit would become an opportunity to promote cooperation in national defense and military industry between the two countries.
In addition, Shin Bum-chul called on the friendly country of Ghana to actively support Busan City's bid to host the 2030 World Expo. According to the Ministry of National Defense, Nitivu said that the Canadian side understands the ROK's position very well, and will seriously convey the ROK's position to the relevant departments after returning home. (Finish)
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