According to the head of the South Korean Foreign Ministry, the New Northern Policy is aimed at expanding cooperation with the countries of Eurasia. He also thanked the Russian authorities for their support and expressed hope for their “continued unwavering assistance” to Seoul.
“We are building up cooperation in promising spheres of the industries of the future – bioenergy and hydrogen energy,” said Chung Ui Yong at the closing ceremony of the Year of Mutual Exchanges between Russia and South Korea.
The special representative of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Korea, No Kyu Duk, previously noted the role of Moscow in the resumption of the dialogue on denuclearization with the DPRK. The diplomat called Russia a country that understands Pyongyang’s position well, RT reports.