AMN / NEW DELHI
South Korean President Moon Jae-in has said that he is committed to raising his country’s relations with India to the level it has with the four major powers around the Korean peninsula.
Addressing a gathering at the India-Korea Business Forum here today, Mr Moon said, this commitment is embodied in his government’s new southern policy which is aligned with Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Act East Policy.
The South Korean President said, the Indian government is planning to build 100 smart cities and construct industrial corridor to link the major cities. He expressed his wish to participate in these infrastructural projects as well.
Speaking on the occasion, Commerce and Industry Minister Suresh Prabhu said, India offers many opportunities to South Korean investors. The Minister said, India is thinking of building a special economic zone exclusively for South Korea.