President Yoon Seok-yeol, who attended the NATO summit, is on his way home after a short 5 days and 3 nights.

Let's connect Madrid, Spain, where the conference was held.

Correspondent Choe-Woon Choi, the flight time is running out, but the meeting schedule is still there?


There was a summit meeting with the Czech Republic at around 4 pm today (30th) our time.

As the Czech Republic is about to select a new nuclear power plant operator with a total project cost of about 8 trillion won, President Yun Seok-yeol explained the safety of Korean nuclear power plants and asked for cooperation.

Just before returning home, we plan to meet with NATO Secretary-General Stoltenberg, whose meeting has been postponed once, around 10 pm our time, to discuss the cooperation agenda, such as the establishment of a NATO Korean delegation.


It was also a forum for sales diplomacy with NATO member states. Have you had any achievements?


Summit diplomacy focused on nuclear power plants, defense industry, and semiconductor fields.

We signed MOUs on nine nuclear power plant cooperation with Poland and the Czech Republic, and discussed the supply of semiconductor equipment to the Netherlands, the space industry with France, and expansion of orders for offshore wind power and eco-friendly ships with Denmark.

The first tangible outcome is expected to be Poland's arms export, and the presidential office said that Poland has entered the process of importing South Korean weapons, such as K-2 tanks and K-9 self-propelled artillery.


And last night, the leaders of three countries, Korea, the United States, and Japan, met for the first time in about five years, and finally, please summarize the details.

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three leaders exchanged views by focusing on the North Korean nuclear issue.

In his remarks, President Yoon emphasized the need for trilateral cooperation, saying that the importance of South Korea-U.S.-Japan cooperation has grown even more amid the heightened threat of North Korea's nuclear and missile threats and the heightened instability of the international situation.

An official from the presidential office said, "The most significant meaning of this summit is that the security cooperation between South Korea, the US and Japan has been restored."

There were also observations that a new form of sanctions against North Korea might be being discussed, but it was omitted from this meeting.

(Video coverage: Joo Beom · Choi Dae-woong, Video editing: Choi Jin-hwa)

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