A seminar on trilateral cooperation among South Korea, Japan and China will be held in Songdo, Incheon, on Dec. 3 under the theme “Present and Future of ROK-Japan-China Trilateral Cooperation.”
The semina takes place for the first time at the initiative of the South Korean government. A track-1.5 meeting where both the public and private sectors participate, the seminar will bring together deputy directors-general of the Foreign Ministries of the three countries, and key experts from each country.
In the upcoming seminar, which will be held in the order of a discussion on foreign and security affairs, a discussion on economic and regional cooperation, and a comprehensive discussion, the participants will discuss ways to make tangible progress in trilateral cooperation, and to increase substantive cooperation in a range of areas among the three countries.
The Foreign Ministry plans to continue to hold seminars bringing together experts from the three countries, and carry out various cooperation projects to advance and make tangible progress in trilateral cooperation.