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Vladimir Miklushevsky presented the Consul General of the Republic of Korea with a picture overlooking Vladivostok

Vladimir Miklushevsky, the Governor of Primorsky Krai, presented the General Consul of the Republic of Korea, Li Yang Gu, with a picture of Vladivostok. The head of Primorye met with the consul on the occasion of the end of the office of Li Yang Gu at his post. Vladimir Miklushevsky thanked the Consul General for the fruitful work, the Primorsky Territory Administration press service told RIA PrimaMedia.

"During your tenure as Consul General, together we managed to do a lot to develop relations between Primorye and the Republic of Korea. I am sure this work was mutually beneficial for both territories. In addition, we managed to become true friends," the head of the region emphasized.

He also thanked Lee Yang Gu for his work in the public expert council under the governor to attract investment in Primorsky Krai.

Li Yang Gu noted that he worked in Primorye for a rather long time - three years and seven months. During this time, many joint projects were implemented with the regional administration. This is the holding of international forums and business missions, the development of air traffic between Primorye and Korea, the holding of annual cultural events.

In addition, he added that projects for the development of Russian Island are of particular interest to Korean business. And after the abolition of visas for tourists in Russia and Korea, the flow of tourists to the region has increased significantly.

“I am sure that all this will give an impetus for further strengthening relations between Primorye and the Republic of Korea in various fields. Primorsky Krai is a wonderful region, and I will warmly remember my work here,” the Consul General said.

Vladimir Miklushevsky assured Lee Yang Gu that the Republic of Korea was and remains one of the key partners of Primorsky Krai. He wished the Consul General good luck at the new place of work and at parting he presented a painting overlooking Vladivostok and the Golden Horn Bay.

“Let it remind you of the time that you spent in Primorye, and make you want to come back both in official status and as a guest,” the governor concluded.

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