President Moon Jae-in speaks at a town hall Sunday evening in a studio in Yeouido, western Seoul, attended by some 300 people.
President Moon Jae-in appointed Choe Jae-hae chairman the Board of Audit and Inspection (BAI) in a ceremony at the Blue House Friday.
President Moon Jae-in urged greater efforts to strengthen exchanges with the Visegrad Group (V4), a region of "dynamic" growth, a senior presidential secretary said Sunday, following a nine-day, three-country tour of Europe.
President Moon Jae-in kicked off his three-day state trip to Hungary late Tuesday, which includes bilateral talks with the Hungarian president and a meeting with the Visegrad Group (V4) to bolster economic cooperation with Central Europe.
President Moon Jae-in pledged that Korea will completely phase out coal-based power generation by 2050 at the G20 summit in Rome Sunday.
President Moon Jae-in urged an “inclusive recovery” from the Covid-19 pandemic, especially stressing health and climate change cooperation with Southeast Asia, in a virtual summit with the leaders of Asean countries, China and Japan Wednesday.
Korea will provide an additional $5 million to the Asean Response Fund for Covid-19 to speed along vaccination and strengthen the global supply chain to contribute to Southeast Asia's economic recovery, said President Moon Jae-in Tuesday.
President Moon Jae-in held one-on-one talks with Lee Jae-myung, the presidential candidate of the ruling Democratic Party (DP), Tuesday, urging the former Gyeonggi governor to develop “many good policies,” advice he shares with other contenders.
President Moon Jae-in begins a nine-day trip to three Europe nations this week for talks with the pope and a G20 summit in Italy, the United Nations climate conference in Britain and a state visit to Hungary.
President Moon Jae-in proposed a new national strategy for balanced regional development Thursday, stressing that it is urgent to disperse manpower and infrastructure concentrated in the metropolitan area.