Moon-Modi Summit In New Delhi Today


South Korean President Moon Jae-in, who began his first state visit to India on July 8, is scheduled to hold talks with Prime Minister Narendra Modi today (July 10) on several bilateral issues and ink partnerships in the economic sphere.

The President, who is on a four-day tour with his wife Kim Jung-sook, visited the iconic Akshardham temple on Monday and said the two countries may have different cultures but share common values such as peace, harmony, and unity in diversity.

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Later during the day, Moon and Modi inaugurated the world’s largest mobile factory. South Korean conglomerate Samsung Electronics’ factory will have a capacity of making 120 million handsets a year – nearly double the current 68 million – under a phased expansion by 2020. Read More

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