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Indian Prime Minister Modi will visit South Korea on the 21st to reaffirm support for peace on the peninsula

China News Service February 15th According to the Korea International Radio Station, on the 14th, South Korea's Qingwatai spokesman Jin Yiqian said at a press conference that at the invitation of South Korean President Wen Zaiyu, Indian Prime Minister Modi will start from the 21st A two-day state visit to South Korea.

On the 22nd, Wen Zai will hold a summit meeting with Modi. South Korea and India are special strategic partnerships, and the two sides will discuss in depth the promotion of substantive cooperation areas to infrastructure, science and technology, space and defense industries.

In addition, India will fully support the Korean Peninsula's peace process on the Korean Peninsula, and the two sides will also discuss cooperation programs on peace and prosperity in the international community.

This is the first time that the Prime Minister of India visited South Korea after four years.

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