SEOUL (AFP) – Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison on Tuesday asked South Korea for his country's fight against the Kovid-19 virus and called for a concrete bilateral meeting with President Meng Jian.
Kang Min-seok, spokesman for the Cheong Wa Dae president's office, said he hoped to import test kits and other medical equipment from South Korea.
The president responded that his government would "actively consider" any support possible through consultations through diplomatic channels.
The president reaffirmed Seoul's willingness to share its quarantine experience amid the view that it is better than most countries to respond to an epidemic. This ៕ By: Chhouk Bora