President Bola Tinubu has told Won Hee-Ryong, the Exceptional Emissary of South Korean President, Yoon Suk Yeol, that Nigeria flaunts a young and lively populace anxious to drive progress.
Tinubu, while getting Hee-Ryong at the State House on Friday, emphasized his obligation to taking out snags that could impede stream of ventures among Nigeria and South Korea.
The conversations likewise addressed growing exchange open doors across different key areas of Nigeria’s economy.
The gathering was a continuation of the earlier conversation between President Tinubu and his South Korean partner during the G-20 Pioneers’ Highest point in New Delhi, India.
Hee-Ryong conveyed a letter to Tinubu framing President Yoon’s directions to South Korea’s services to carry out key tasks examined during the G-20 Highest point meeting.
Tinubu’s representative, Ajuri Ngelale, said the tasks incorporate the finish of the Exchange and Venture Advancement Structure (TIPF) between the two countries.
Tinubu praised the East Asian country’s responsibilities to the earlier conversations, accentuating their importance to the financial and mechanical organization between the two countries.
Have confidence, we are focused on offering the vital help to support the two-sided relationship that has prospered throughout the long term.
“Nigeria is the biggest economy in Africa with a vivacious and dynamic energetic populace that is anxious to get things going. We should engage them. We are focused on eliminating any impediment that might thwart the progression of speculations between our two incredible nations,” Tinubu told his visitor.
As per the President, Nigeria additionally means to copy South Korea’s transportation framework and invites more prominent South Korean interest in neighborhood businesses to work with youth business and innovation move to the country.
Ngelale further uncovered that President Tinubu got a challenge to go to the Africa-Korea Culmination booked for June 4-5, 2024, in Seoul.
Hee-Ryong unveiled that his nation additionally looks for Nigeria’s help for its offered to have Exhibition 2030 in Busan, South Korea.