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IN-2.Finance and Media Minister Mangala Samaraweera with Korea Deputy Prime Minister Kim Dong-yeon

Minister of Finance and Media Mangala Samaraweera held bilateral discussions with Republic of Korea Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Strategy and Finance Kim Dong-yeon on Saturday. Samaraweera and Kim Dong-yeon discussed issues of mutual interest and underscored the importance of closer bilateral relations between the two countries. Samaraweera is currently taking part in the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank’s (AIIB) Annual Meeting in Jeju Islands, South Korea.


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