H.E. Vishnu Prakash, Indian Ambassador to Korea, will present a lecture entitled ‘India’s Ties with South Korea and East Asia: Present and Future’ at Asia Society Korea Center’s Monthly Luncheon Series.
Since the bilateral ties between India and Korea were established in 1973, two countries have made a great progress in promoting strategic alliances, and finally in 2010, they formally agreed to upgrade their relations to the level of a ‘Strategic Partnership’.
At the multilateral level, while regional security faces a huge challenge because of North Korea’s growing nuclear ambitions, India is trying to enhance multifaceted cooperation with East Asian countries to address the security issues and foster economic prosperity.
Asia Society Korea Center’s Monthly Luncheon Series began in June 2008, and convenes leaders from the public and private sectors to address the relevant issues before an audience that includes the Center’s contributors and members, as well as Korea’s corporate, cultural, media and civic leaders. In January 2013, Asia Society Korea Center launched a new Ambassador Series and featured Japanese Ambassador and Italian Ambassador as guest speakers at January and February Luncheon.
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