Saudi Arabia and Korea speak about collaborating in maritime transport


Riyadh – The Korean Minister of Oceans and Fisheries Cho Seung-hwan met with the Saudi Arabian Minister of Transport and Logistic Services Saleh Al-Jasser, during his visit to Seoul.

They talked about ways to improve bilateral cooperation on ports and maritime transportation during the meeting.

Following the meeting, Al-Jasser and the Korean minister signed a memorandum of understanding for the mutual recognition of seafarers’ competency certificates from both nations.

The agreement intends to improve the flow of economic transactions involving seafarers between Saudi Arabia and Korea.

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