Russian President Vladimir Putin will hold a meeting with his South Korean counterpart Park Geun-hye on September 3 in Vladivostok, the Kremlin press service said today.
Park will visit Russia with a working visit and take part in the Eastern Economic Forum. The presidents “plan to discuss the condition and prospects of developing bilateral relations, including matters of cooperation in political, trade and economic, and cultural and humanitarian spheres,” the Kremlin said adding the special attention “will be paid to pressing international and regional problems.”
After the summit, “it is planned to sign several bilateral documents,” the press service noted.
The 2nd Eastern Economic Forum will be held on September 2-3 in Vladivostok. Over 2,400 people from China, Japan, South Korea, India, Vietnam, Australia, United States and Singapore are expected to take part in the forum to discuss opportunities for investors, mechanisms and instruments of supporting entrepreneurs, infrastructure and energy projects.