6th India-Korea Dialogue: India-Korea Bilateral Cooperation in the Era of Asian Economic Integration
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December 11-12, 2006

ICRIER jointly with the Seoul Forum for International Affairs (SFIA), Seoul organized the sixth India- Korea Dialogue on December 11-12, 2006 in New Delhi. The dialogue brought together leading industry representatives, defence and security analysts and economists from both the countries. Mr. Shashank, former Foreign Secretary, Government of India led the Indian Delegation. Professor Kim Dalchoong, Program Chair, SFIA led the Korean Delegation. The broad theme of the Dialogue was India – Korea Bilateral Cooperation in the Era of Asian Economic Integration. Discussions spread over a day and a half covered issues relating to bilateral economic relations between India and Korea, the rise of India and China and its implications for an integrated Asian economy, political and strategic issues with reference to Northeast Asia and South Asia as also bilateral cooperation in the areas of defence and human resource development. A joint statement was issued after the conclusion of the dialogue. Both sides reaffirmed the existing friendly relations between the two countries and acknowledged the great potential for further cooperation in various fields.

11 Dec, 2024