The outgoing Korean ambassador to Seychelles bids farewell to the President |24 November 2023
President Wavel Ramkalawan received the outgoing ambassador of Korea to Seychelles, Kang Seokhee, for a farewell call at State House yesterday morning.
Ambassador Kang Seokhee was accredited to Seychelles on November 29, 2022 and up to now, he has served for 1 year.
The President thanked Ambassador Kang Seokhee and expressed his appreciation for his efforts to revitalise and strengthen the relationship between the two countries, throughout his tenure as the ambassador of Korea to Seychelles.
He expressed hope that this renewed engagement between Seychelles and Korea is sustained and that it continues to expand the bilateral relations to new frontiers through his successor.
“I would like to commend and express my appreciation for your efforts and active role in enhancing bilateral relations between Seychelles and Korea in key domains. I wish you great success and all the very best in the years ahead,” said President Ramkalawan.
The meeting between the Head of State and Ambassador Kang Seokhee centered on key areas that the ambassador himself focused on during his tenure in office, which included fisheries and aquaculture. They also discussed possibilities for future cooperation in the fields of Law enforcement with the police, investment, trade, tourism, and air connectivity.
Also present for the farewell call at State House was the principal secretary for Foreign Affairs, Ambassador Vivianne Fock Tave; director general Bilateral Affairs Division, department of Foreign Affairs, Lindy Ernesta; and Third Secretary Bilateral Affairs, department of Foreign Affairs, James Carpin.