The first lady of South Korea is leaving for India alone. Modi will meet with Ming.

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 The first lady of South Korea is leaving for India alone. Modi will meet with Ming.


[Global Network Comprehensive Report] According to Yonhap News Agency on the 4th, South Korean President Wen Zhengshu, Mrs. Yin, departed for India by Air Force Flight 2 at Seoul Airport in the morning of the same day. At the invitation of prime minister Modi of India, she will have a 4 day visit to India.

This is Kim Jong-soos second visit to India four months after his state visit to India in July. It is also a 16-year solo visit by the wife of South Koreas incumbent president. Kim Jong-soo will meet Moody in New Delhi on the 5th local time and attend a welcome luncheon hosted by the wife of the Indian President. On June 6, she will attend the opening ceremony of Queen Xu Memorial Park in Ayotia, lay flowers at the monument and attend the opening ceremony of Diwali Festival. According to the Korean ancient book Legacy of the Three Kingdoms, Xu Huangyu, the princess of the ancient Indian state of Aduto, sailed across the sea to the Korean Peninsula and became the queen of the Kalek Kingdom. According to Gao Chengting, deputy spokesman for Qingwatai, at the end of last month, Modi hoped to turn Diwali Festival and Xu Queens Park into a festival commemorating the history of cooperation and exchanges between the two countries, and that the ROK would send a high-level delegation. Source: World Wide Web Editor: Shi Jianlei _NBJ11331

Kim Jong-soo will meet Moody in New Delhi on the 5th local time and attend a welcome luncheon hosted by the wife of the Indian President. On June 6, she will attend the opening ceremony of Queen Xu Memorial Park in Ayotia, lay flowers at the monument and attend the opening ceremony of Diwali Festival. According to the Korean ancient book Legacy of the Three Kingdoms, Xu Huangyu, the princess of the ancient Indian state of Aduto, sailed across the sea to the Korean Peninsula and became the queen of the Kalek Kingdom.

According to Gao Chengting, deputy spokesman for Qingwatai, at the end of last month, Modi hoped to turn Diwali Festival and Xu Queens Park into a festival commemorating the history of cooperation and exchanges between the two countries, and that the ROK would send a high-level delegation.