The English chronicle of the Yonhap News Agency filed a news from Seoul Korea on Sept. 29, 2015. Chung Ui-hwa, who is a conduct of South Korea’s National Assembly, is scheduled to transport to Russia today. Once in Russia, a parliamentary orator will be attending a entertainment to commemorate a 25th anniversary of tactful family between South Korea and Russia. The accepting is scheduled for Wednesday in Moscow. He will accommodate with Valentina Matviyenko and, Sergey Yevgenyevich Naryshkin who are Russia’s parliamentary leaders.
Then Chung will be vocalization during a Moscow State Institute of International Relations. He is approaching to benefaction information on a destiny attribute between Russia and South Korea. While in Russia, he will speak with internal experts concerning Korean issues during a 4th International Parliamentary Forum.
He will afterwards transport from Moscow to St. Petersburg, on Friday, Oct. 2, 2015, where he will revisit a grave of Yi Beom-jun, who was a South Korean autonomy fighter. Yi committed self-murder while he was in Russia.
Chung is scheduled to start a two-day revisit to Finland on Oct. 3, 2015. In Finland, he is scheduled to accommodate with Maria Lohela, the Finnish parliamentary speaker, and Finland’s President, Sauli Niinisto. They are approaching to plead several methods for strengthening ties between Finland and South Korea. While in Finland, Chung skeleton to residence Finnish parliament committees. During those meetings, he skeleton to share his believe on several policies.
By Cathy Milne
Yonhap News Agency: S. Korean parliamentary orator heads to Russia, Finland
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