The new government in Seoul hopes to be a partner in Make in India, smart cities, infrastructure projects and defence.
People walk in front of an image of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un shown on a large screen as a TV news reports the North Korea's missile test which landed in the waters of Japan's economic zone, in Tokyo. (AP)
Changing the mindset of North Korea’s ruler Kim Jong-un needs concerted efforts by all international players, including India, said Enna Park, South Korea’s ambassador for public diplomacy.
Park also spoke about how the new government in Seoul hoped to be a partner in Make in India, the smart cities and other infrastructure projects, and in defence.
North Korea’s maverick ruler, Kim Jong-un, she said, was more dangerous than his fathe
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