‘Defense Reform 2.0’, announces in July 2018 by South Korea’s Ministry of National Defense (MND), represents South Korean President Moon Jae-in’s determination to conclude an ambitious initiative to restructure and modernise South Korea’s defence forces.
Prime Minister Hun Sen and his South Korean counterpart, President Moon Jae-in, on Friday agreed to work together to boost trade and investment between the two nations.
There is a high likelihood that South Korea will be Cambodia’s third strategic partner, after China and Japan.
Oknha Kith Meng urged South Korean businessmen to invest more in Cambodia following President Moon Jae-in’s New Southern Policy – a policy designed to cement ties largely with ASEAN.
Cambodia will sign seven documents, including two agreements and five Memoranda of Understanding, with South Korea during President Moon Jae-in’s visit to the Kingdom.
PM says he will request South Korea to increase imports of agricultural products.
President Moon Jae-in’s current state visit to Cambodia is a crucial milestone in South Korea–Cambodia ties and also augurs well for Asean.
President Moon Jae-inn is paying a state visit to Cambodia today after his trip to Brunei and Malaysia.
South Korean President is scheduled to have a week-long visit to three Asean countries.
Aiming to enhance business ties, the Cambodia-Republic of Korea Business Forum will be held in Siem Reap this month.
In the current flurry of summitry involving North Korea, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s generally hardline approach makes Japan the odd man out.
Moon praises China’s positive role.
Moon Jae-in vows to continue his government’s economic reform drive in 2019.
The two Koreas to hold a groundbreaking ceremony for an inter-Korean railway.
Approval ratings are exceptionally important for South Korean presidents to maintain authority within their own ruling party and delay the almost inevitable arrival of lame-duck status, which leaves them politically paralysed.
Prime Minister Hun Sen has lauded the recent meeting between the Koreans.
In the afterglow of the latest Kim-Moon summit, negotiations between the US and North Korea appear to be back on track. However, Pyongyang won’t accept anything less than a formal end to the war.
Chairman of the State Affairs Commission of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea Kim Jong Un together with President of the Republic of Korea Moon Jae In signed the ‘September Pyongyang Joint Declaration’ on Wednesday. Khmer Times obtained the full text.
Leaders of the two Koreas agreed yesterday to end military tensions.
The two Koreas have agreed to pursue a bid to co-host the 2032 Olympic Games.
On Tuesday South Korean President Moon Jae-in met North Korea’s Chairman Kim Jong Un in Pyongyang marking the first time that leaders of both North and South Korea have had a follow-up summit.
The third summit between the leaders of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea and the Republic of Korea is another sign that things remain on track between the Koreas.
So the sitting leaders of the two Koreas will meet again in September in Pyongyang.
The political left in South Korea is now in a strong position from which to pursue a vigorous detente with North Korea. Robert E Kelly tells why.
The two Koreas discuss forming unified teams for the upcoming Asian Games.
The US-North Korea summit did not empower Kim Jong Un and Peter Van Buren argues imagining the summit as some sort of an award the United States can bestow on a country for ‘good behavior’ is beyond arrogant.
Trump speaks to Moon Jae-in by telephone, hours before he holds an historic summit with North Korea’s leader Kim Jong Un.
South Korean media said Monday that President Moon Jae-in might join the June 12 summit in Singapore and jointly sign a declaration to end the Korean War with US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
It’s been a roller coaster ride for anyone following plans for a June 12 summit between Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un.
The inter-Korean Summit held at the Demilitarised Zone (DMZ) in April 2018 saw a most unexpected handshake between North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and South Korean President Moon Jae-in.