KOICA President to Visit Myanmar


YANGON, As Myanmar has been selected as the Priority Partner Country, President of Korea International Cooperation Agency(KOICA) Mr. Kim Young-mok will make four-day visit to Myanmar from Feburary 23 to 26 to establish the strategy and aid plan for Myanmar. During his trip, he is scheduled to attend Groundbreaking Ceremony of Saemaul Training Center as a part of Saemaul   Undong project, one of the KOICA’s landmark rural development projects. He will hold talks with Vice President, U Nyan Tun, who will pay a visit to the ceremony as well. Mr. Kim is also planning to meet with Union Minister for  Construction, U Kyaw Lwin to discuss future plan for the project. It has been constantly promoting that development cooperation between Korea and Myanmar since 1991. KOICA is planning to extend the scale of grant aid to Myanmar. Mr. Kim is expected to strengthen bilateral ties through his visit.

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