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Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra who started her official visit to South Korea on Saturday, has met South Korean President Lee Myung-bak to discuss issues encompassing investment, bilateral cooperation, agriculture, military collaboration, labour, tourism, nuclear energy and the environment.
Both sides agreed on the exchange of experience and knowledge on measures to tackle water problem and water resource management to avoid natural disasters that come from global warming.
South Korea has agreed to cooperate and support the setting up of a water management system in Thailand and would sign an agreement on technology cooperation over the issue between organisations of the two nations.
The two countries have targeted to expand bilateral trade to US$30 billion within the five years between 2012-2016. Ms Yingluck has proposed to revive the Thai-South Korean trade cooperation committee meeting to pave the way to reaching this target.
Meanwhile, Thailand has asked South Korea to import more agriculture products from Thailand such as frozen fresh chicken and fruits. South Korean business people were also invited to invest in Thailand in the fields of automobile, electronics, machinery, alternative energy, ship transportation, movie and infrastructure such as high speed trains.
South Korea has proposed to set up a cultural centre and South Korean Study Centre in Thailand this year and the two sides have agreed to jointly research and develop the use of atomic energy for peaceful purposes.
Ms Yingluck also invited the South Korean leader to attend the World Economic Forum on East Asia which Thailand will host during May 30-June 1.
Ms Yingluck and Mr Lee witnessed a signing ceremony of military cooperation between Thailand and South Korea.
A state dinner would be held later to honour the Thai premier.
The Thai premier is in Seoul to attend the 2012 Nuclear Security Summit as well as to pay an official visit to South Korea to build trust and bolster cooperation after the flood crisis last year.
During the visit, she will meet important figures from Korea’s public and private sectors. She is scheduled to visit Hynix Semiconductor Inc, then meet Korea’s Chamber of Commerce and Industry chairman Kyung-shik Sohn and Eui Kyun Su, chairman of Dong-Ah Eleccomm Company.
She will later visit the Han River Flood Control Center’s River Information Center, the Ipo Weir, and will be briefed on South Korea’s water management system, which will benefit Thailand’s water planning and management.
Prime MInister Yingluck Shinawatra meets with President Lee Myung-bak on 24/3/2012
03-25-2012 Visit to Han River : Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra, left, talks to National River Restoration Office Minister Shim Myung-pil during a visit to a reservoir near the Namhan River in Yeoju, Gyeonggi Province, Sunday. The visit was part of a tour program for the Thai leader to learn about Korea’s anti-flood measures. She arrived in Seoul the previous day to attend the two-day Nuclear Security Summit.
The Han River in Seoul. A government restoration project, a multipurpose green growth project on the four major rivers of South Korea, aims to make the Han River a symbol of Seoul’s natural beauty.
27/3/2012Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra at the 2012 Seoul Nuclear Security Summit
the leaders of more than 50 nations attending the 2012 Seoul Nuclear Summit which is focusing on achieving more specific actions to prevent nuclear terrorism and to ensure atomic safety.The summit, being held at Seoul’s Convention and Exhibition Center (COEX), is the second of its kind since the inaugural gathering in Washington DC two years ago, then hosted by US President Barack Obama.
The 47 world leaders agreed at the previous summit that nuclear terrorism is a top global security challenge and that strong nuclear material security measures are the most effective way to prevent it.
A “Seoul Communique” will be announced at the end of the summit.
The Netherlands has agreed to host the third Nuclear Security Summit in 2014.
Ms Yingluck is scheduled to attend a Plenary Session to discuss the topic, “National Measures and International Cooperation to Enhance Nuclear Security” followed by a working lunch among the leaders. The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and the United Nations will lead a discussion on “Synergy between Nuclear Security and Nuclear Security.”
Afterward Ms Yingluck will join a dinner reception hosted by South Korean President Lee-Myung-bak and the first lady to honour the leaders attending the conference.