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Czech Republic Foreign Affairs Minister Arrives In Seoul For Nuclear Summit Updated: 2012-03-25 12:00:00 KST

Czech Republic Foreign Affairs Minister Arrives In Seoul For Nuclear Summit
The First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic, Karel Schwarzenberg, arrived in Seoul on Sunday afternoon.
Schwarzenberg, scheduled to attend the Seoul Nuclear Security Summit as a representative of his country, expressed high hopes for the conference… and the path to nuclear security it would pave.


[Interview : Karel Schwarzenberg, Minister of Foreign Affairs
Czech Republic] “I sincerely hope that we find an agreement about enhanced security measures, which will be very important in nuclear energy because of course nobody can underestimate the dangers which are existing.”

The Czech foreign affairs minister, a life-long human rights advocate who received the Human Rights Award of the Council of Europe in 1989, stressed the importance of the Seoul Nuclear Summit at preventing nuclear terrorism.


[Interview : Karel Schwarzenberg, Minister of Foreign Affairs
Czech Republic] “First, the basic human right is to survive. Nuclear arms are a great danger, and no doubt, if you’re not careful enough with nuclear plants, that can be dangerous too.”

The foreign affairs minister, visiting Korea for the first time, had a chance to mingle with both Koreans and Czechs, who contributed to bridging the two countries through an active exchange of culture.
Schwarzenberg, a presidential hopeful in the Czech Republic, also plans to meet with leaders of Korean conglomerates to discuss business and investment opportunities for the two countries… during his four-day visit.
Kim Yeon-ji, Arirang News.

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