• 최종편집 2024-07-15(월)
 

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On June 11th, President Yoon Suk-yeol participated in the "Korea-Turkmenistan Business Forum" at the Turkmenistan Chamber of Commerce and Industry. The event, held as part of President Yoon's state visit, was co-organized by the Korea Chamber of Commerce and Industry and the Turkmenistan Chamber of Commerce and Industry.

In his keynote speech, President Yoon highlighted the steady expansion of exchanges between Korea and Turkmenistan since a Korean company first secured the contract for the Galkynysh Gas Field desulfurization facility in 2009. He praised the business leaders from both countries for their proactive communication and close cooperation, which have brought the two nations closer together. 

President Yoon emphasized the abundant opportunities for collaboration between Turkmenistan, the world's fourth-largest natural gas holder, and Korea, which possesses significant industrialization experience and advanced technology. He urged both nations to accelerate economic cooperation, drawing a parallel to the renowned Turkmen horse, the Akhal-Teke, known for its speed and endurance.

Highlighting the importance of enhancing cooperation in the energy resources sector, President Yoon noted that Korean companies have been recognized for their technological prowess and expertise by successfully constructing numerous plants in Turkmenistan. He expressed his hope that Korean companies would continue to actively participate in Turkmenistan's plant projects. 

President Yoon also stressed the need to invigorate trade and investment between the two countries. He expressed his anticipation that the recently signed "Trade and Investment Promotion Framework (TIPF)" would further enhance exchanges and cooperation among businesses from both nations. Additionally, he mentioned the swift conclusion of the "Investment Guarantee Agreement" to establish an institutional foundation that ensures companies can invest with confidence.

Furthermore, President Yoon underscored the importance of effectively utilizing Turkmenistan's air and sea routes. He noted that expanding air routes connecting the two countries would facilitate the movement of people and goods. Collaboration with Korea's globally competitive shipbuilding industry, he added, would significantly aid Turkmenistan's access to the Caspian Sea.
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