Moon, who actually participated in the summit with the heads of state of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), along with China and Japan, reiterated the need for a more resilient and sustainable future. an agency.
The president said multilateral trade and free trade agreements are important to restoring global supply chains disrupted by the pandemic.
He added that South Korea, as the world’s vaccine production backbone, will do its best to provide a fair and rapid supply of vaccines to those in need.
The ASEAN Plus Three Summit paved the way for Moon’s first meeting with Fumio Kishida, albeit via video link, since the latter took over as Japan’s prime minister.
This week’s summits organized by ASEAN focused on how to intensify cooperation to deal with public health crises such as Covid-19 and regional solidarity in the post-pandemic era.
Also on Wednesday, Moon is scheduled to attend the East Asia Summit session which brings together ASEAN members, South Korea, Japan, China, the United States, Russia, Australia, India and New Zealand.
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