[Global Network Report] "South Korean Foreign Minister: How can we talk about the future of the Indo-Pacific without China".
Yonhap News Agency reported on this topic that South Korean Foreign Minister Park Jin said at an event on the 17th local time that China is an important economic partner of South Korea, and it is difficult to talk about the future of the Indo-Pacific region excluding China, which cooperates closely with South Korea. .
According to the report, the Korean Society for International Politics hosted a special academic conference to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the establishment of the Yin Xiyue government with the theme of "Exploring the Diplomatic Path of Global Central Countries".
In his congratulatory speech, Park Jin said that in the era of economic security, China is very important to South Korea and made the above remarks.
Park Jin said that South Korea and China have different political systems, and national interests are not always consistent. It is necessary to seek harmonious cooperation on the basis of seeking common ground while reserving differences, and conduct frank and pragmatic strategic communication.
Park Jin also said that the 24th of this month marks the 30th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between South Korea and China. Looking forward to the next 30 years, we will jointly build a new South Korea-China relationship that respects each other and pursues common interests.