South Korean Foreign Minister Park Jin is in Bali from today to attend the G20 Foreign Ministers' Meeting.
He's set to hold a slew of bilateral and multilateral talks on the sidelines, especially with key regional partners, including his counterparts from the U.S. and China.
Min Suk-hyen has this report.
The G20 Foreign Ministers' Meeting begins in Bali, Indonesia on Thursday.
Foreign Minister Park Jin, who is attending the two-day event, will hold several multilateral and bilateral talks with key partners.
The U.S., Japan, and China are also taking part in this week's ministerial meeting so attention is on whether any formal meetings will be held between the countries.
Already, there are reports that South Korea and China are arranging bilateral talks.
If the two do meet, it will be Park's first face-to-face meeting with his Chinese counterpart Wang Yi.
They're expected to discuss North Korean issues as well as ways to commemorate their 30th anniversary of diplomatic ties, slated for next month.
Meanwhile, at the NATO Summit in Madrid last week, the leaders of Seoul, Washington, and Tokyo met on the sidelines and agreed to strengthen their security cooperation to address North Korea's nuclear threats.
This week, if the foreign ministers' of the three countries sit down for talks, they will likely touch upon ways to further materialize the agreements made at the trilateral leader's meeting last week.
Min Suk-hyen, Arirang News.