South Korean president and Czech prime minister sign two-year cooperation plan

South Korean President Park Geun-hye and Czech Prime Minister Bohuslav Sobotka have signed a two-year action plan covering cooperation in industry, culture, politics and security, spokesman for the Czech government, Martin Ayrer, said on Thursday. The two countries agreed on a strategic partnership during the Prime Minister’s visit to Seoul in February 2015. It includes cooperation on cyber security, the defence industry, and nuclear energy. During their meeting ahead of the summit of South Korea and the Visegrad Four in Prague on Thursday, the Korean president and Czech Prime Minister also discussed mostly economic cooperation, Korean investments in the Czech Republic and security affairs, Ayrer said in a statement

Author: Ruth Fraňková