South Korean premier meets with Saudi foreign minister
He asserted their distinction and the economic bonds binding them in the domain of investments
South Korean Prime Minister Hwang Kyo-ahn received at his residence in the Guests Palace in Jeddah Saturday Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir.
In a press statement to Saudi Press Agency (SPA), following the meeting, Jubeir announced that the two sides reviewed bilateral relations between the two countries, begun in 1963.
He asserted their distinction and the economic bonds binding them in the domain of investments.
He said South Korea is the fifth biggest commercial partner investing in Saudi Arabia, which, reciprocally, has huge investments in South Korea.
He added that the two countries are working together with keenness to develop these relations and elevate them to the best levels.
The meeting was attended by the Minister of Economy and Planning Eng. Adel Bin Muhammad Faqih, who is the accompanying minister; Saudi Ambassador to South Korea Riyadh Bin Ahmed Al-Mubaraki and other senior officials, as well as the South Korean accompanying delegation.