Tag Archives: South Korea

Korea Finds Japan’s Water Release Plan Consistent with International Standards

South Korean inquiry found Japan’s plan to discharge treated wastewater from the tsunami-wrecked Fukushima nuclear power plant to be “consistent with international safety standards,” the government announced Friday. Bang Moon-kyu, the government policy coordination minister, said the plan proposed by the Japanese government met international standards, including those of the …

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South Korean Companies Eye in Gas Projects in Turkmenistan

South Korean companies are interested in implementing projects in the gas sector in Turkmenistan, this was stated by the head of the Korea-Turkmenistan Inter-Parliamentary Friendship Group Lee Dal-gon at a meeting with the President of the Supreme Council of Turkmenistan Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov, Azernews reports, citing Turkmen media. According to Lee …

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South Korea Reinforces its Position in European Defense Market

The recently established military relationship between South Korea and Poland is a multidimensional phenomenon, reaching beyond security in its traditional meaning. In fact, large-scale arms contracts are almost always politicized and followed or accompanied by intensified economic ties. Certainly, in the current circumstances, this view is shared by Warsaw and …

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