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Tuesday, October 15, 2019

The first Korean Studies Center opened in Cameroon


It was inaugurated on October 14 at the Institute of International Relations of Cameroon (IRIC).  It is a center dedicated to Korean studies.

South Korea's ambassador to Cameroon, HE Bok-Ryeol RHYOU, officially opened the Korean Center for Korean Studies in Korea. The ceremony was attended by the director of the Diplomatic Training School, Salomon Eheth, and the rector of the University of Yaounde II, Adolphe Minkoa She.

Korea Corner, to meet the urgent needs of Cameroonian youth

According to the ambassador of South Korea, his country has a need of Cameroonian youth.  "Today is really a day of learning," said Bok-Ryeol RHYOU.

 A school housed at IRIC

The ambassador of Korea welcomes all the more the opening of the center, which is housed at IRIC, "where are the future diplomats who will represent Cameroon in Korea," she said.

Korea, a great friend of Cameroon

According to the World Bank, South Korea is the eleventh economic power of the planet. Through cooperation with Cameroon, she is a real partner in development. The fruits of this cooperation are palpable. These include the Yaounde Emergency Center (CURY), vocational training centers and agricultural technology centers.  But also the electronic system of governance or information and communication technologies.

This East Asian country is also expanding in our country through the Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA).  It contributes to the development of the human resource, in particular by granting internships and scholarships to Cameroonian executives and students.


Source: actucameroun.com