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South Korea wants to open UN Information Center

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of South Korea announces plans to open a regional office of the United Nations Information Center (UNIC).

UNIC provides information on UN activities to the population of countries where it operates, and also engages in partnership with civil society organizations. The UN has such information centers in 63 countries of the world, according to news agency RUSCOR.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has already requested the Ministry of Finance to allocate 535 million won (US $ 527 000) in the budget for next year to create a center.

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