South Korea: Government delegation discusses agricultural cooperation in Jamaica and Honduras

Published May 25, 2024

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The Korean Ministry of Foreign Affairs recently dispatched a delegation, in collaboration with the Rural Development Administration, to Jamaica and Honduras to explore agricultural cooperation. The visit to Honduras focused on strengthening bilateral relations and discussing specific cooperation projects, including kidney bean research, while the Jamaica visit aimed at initiating cooperative projects in research, development, and technology dissemination.
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(Seoul = Yonhap News) Reporter Lee Sang-hyun = The Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced on the 24th that the Korea-Latin America Agricultural Cooperation Mission, jointly dispatched with the Rural Development Administration, visited Jamaica and Honduras from the 19th to the 23rd to discuss ways to cooperate in the agricultural sector. The delegation visited Honduras from the 21st to the 23rd and visited Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs Cindy Rodriguez and exchanged opinions on ways to strengthen bilateral relations through agricultural cooperation. They also met with Vice Minister of Agriculture and Livestock Roy Rajo to discuss specific cooperation projects such as kidney bean research. . Prior to this, the delegation that visited Jamaica from the 19th to the 21st met with Marina Young, Director of the Agricultural Promotion Agency, and Dione Clark Harris, Jamaica Branch Director of the Caribbean ...
Source: Yna
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