Prime Minister Narendra Modi On his second Visit to South Korean capital Seoul stated that Terrorism and climate change are the biggest challenges mankind faces today. Prime Minister Narendra Modi reached South Korean capital Seoul early this morning for a two-day visit aimed at strengthening the special strategic partnership between the two nations.
PM Modi’s visit also aims at bolstering bilateral trade and cultural ties He also said Mahatma Gandhi’s teachings and values can help the world to address both the pressing issues. PM Modi arrived in Seoul on Thursday morning for a two-day visit to strengthen India’s strategic ties with South Korea.
He also unveiled a bust of Mahatma Gandhi at Seoul’s Yonsei University. The prime minister said collaboration between India and South Korea in the field of science and technology is encouraging, with joint research ranging from basic to advanced sciences. “The visit will strengthen our special strategic partnership with South Korea and add dynamism to our Look East Policy.
PM Modi met with members of the Indian community in South Korea on his arrival in Seoul. During the visit, PM Modi held talks with South Korean President Moon Jae-in and addressed with Indian and Korean business leaders in Seoul.PM Modi launched the Startup Grand Challenge, on India-Korea Startup Hub, to channelize the entrepreneurial capacity between Indian and Korean Startups to work together and build solutions for challenges facing the world