SEOUL, January 22 (Yonhap) – British Prime Minister Boris Johnson officially invited President Moon Jae-in for a G7 summit in June via a personal letter, Cheong Wa Dey reported on Friday .
According to Cheong Wa Dae spokesman Kang Min-sook, Moon expressed his commitment to react that this year’s G7 summit could yield meaningful results.
Later in the day, the Ministry of External Affairs announced the opening of an Inter-State Working Group to prepare for the meeting to be held between 11 and 13 June and held its first meeting.
The meeting was held under the chairmanship of Choi Kyung-lim, the ministry said in a statement, which would address summits such as public health, climate change and democratic values.
In a letter to Moon, Johnson allegedly emphasized the importance of South Korea’s “voice” so that the novel was reflected in international efforts to end coronovirus conditions and prevent further epidemics. Protecting free trade and reacting to climate change.
The Prime Minister previously said that the UK would host a face-to-face G7 summit in June, inviting South Korea, Australia and India.
Kang said in a press briefing that Johnson, separately, has pledged to attend the P4G Summit on Green Development and Sustainable Development, which is scheduled to take place in Seoul in May.
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