South Korean President Park Geun-hye and Czech Prime Minister Bohuslav Sobotka today signed a two-year action plan on cooperation in industry, culture, politics and security that implements the strategic partnership of the two countries, the Czech News Agency wrote on 3 December.
The strategic partnership was agreed on during Sobotka´s visit to Seoul in February 2015. It includes cooperation in cyber security, defence industry and nuclear energy..After talks with President Milos Zeman on Wednesday, Park said Korean firms were interested in taking part in the construction of new blocks in the two Czech nuclear power plants, Temelin and Dukovany. She also offered military helicopters to the Czech Republic... Read more.
28th May 2018