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Yegor Borisov: new prospects for cooperation between Yakutia and the South Korean province of Kangwon
Egor Borisov, Head of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia), within the framework of the Russian-Korean Economic Forum "Invest in the Far East!" held talks with Choi Moon Sun, governor of the South Korean province of Kangwon.
Partners discussed options for cooperation in various areas of bilateral cooperation. As a result of the meeting, new perspectives have emerged: thus the transport industry may become one of the new aspects of the joint activity of Yakutia with the province of Kangwon. The Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) will develop the niche of air transportation from the regions of the Far East to South Korea. The South Korean side, in turn, showed interest in arranging regular flights from Yang-Yang airport to Ulan-Ude and Yakutsk.
Governor Choi Moon Sun in a conversation with Egor Borisov stressed the friendship between the two regions, and also pointed out that Yakutia was and remains a reliable and important partner for South Korea. Regions for a long time exchange experience in the field of medicine, innovation policy, tourism.
Recently, representatives of the Kangwon province took part in the International Scientific and Practical Conference "The Arctic: Prospects for Sustainable Development", which took place in the capital of Yakutia. Next year, according to Choi Moon Sun, the provincial delegation will definitely take part in the meeting of the General Assembly of the Northern Forum in Yakutsk.
Yegor Borisov, in turn, stressed the foresight and correctness of the decision of the authorities of the Republic of Korea, who refused to join sanctions against Russia.