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Resource
Description
Web Link
Embassy of Colombia in Seoul, Korea
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Embassy of Ecuador in Seoul, South Korea
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Embassy of Ethiopia in Republic of Korea
Ethiopia is the only African country which dispatched ground troops during the Korean War. Based on these historical experiences, the Republic of Korea(ROK) and Ethiopia has maintained strong sense of unity and a close cooperative relationship in various fields of politics, trade, economic affairs and international relations on the ground of mutual trust and friendship since the establishment of diplomatic relations in 1963.
Embassy of Finland in Seoul, Korea (South)
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Embassy of France in Seoul, Korea (Republic)
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Embassy of Greece in Seoul, Korea
There has been a lot of news recently about a proposed new travel authorization system for the European Union. The system was originally proposed five years ago, but developments have accelerated recently due to terrorist attacks in France and Belgium and the feeling that it is necessary to improve security measures in the region. The proposed system is called the European Travel Information and Authorization System (ETIAS) and is based on a similar visa-free system used by the United States called ESTA. The purpose of this system is to collect information on travelers currently traveling without a visa to the European Union and to ensure that persons with security problems are identified before being allowed to travel in the countries of the Schengen area. The EU's main objective is to improve the external and internal security of EU citizens by setting up a centralized system for granting travel authorizations to EU visitors and monitoring their movements. in the Schengen area.
Embassy of Honduras in Seoul, South Korea
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Embassy of Hungary in Seoul, South Korea
Thirty years ago, Hungary was the first country from the Central and Eastern European region to assume full diplomatic relations with the Republic of Korea. Since the historic event of 1 February 1989, bilateral relations have been growing continuously: not only in the political and economic spheres, but also in the fields of science and culture.
Embassy of India in South Korea
On this website, you will find links to current developments and opportunities in India and upcoming highlights of the Indian trade and cultural calendar. You will also find information on events being organised and services being provided by the Embassy of India in Korea. Keep checking the site for our updates!
Embassy of Indonesia in Seoul, South Korea
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Embassy of Ireland in Seoul, South Korea
The relationship between Ireland and Korea is a strong and positive one with a growing potential for trade and investment opportunities. Our two countries share many of the same perspectives and policies on the international issues and global challenges and we work closely together in the UN and other international organisations.
Embassy of Israel in Seoul, South Korea
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Embassy of Italy in Seoul, Korea
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Embassy of Malaysia in Seoul, South Korea
Malaysia and the Republic of Korea established diplomatic relations on 23 February 1960. Malaysia established its Embassy in Seoul in 1964. The Republic of Korea is one of the first countries in East Asia where Malaysia had set up an Embassy.
Embassy of Nepal in Seoul, South Korea
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Embassy of Netherlands in Seoul, Korea (Republic)
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Embassy of Papua New Guinea in Seoul, South Korea
This website is designed to provide information, not only on the bilateral relations between the Republic of Korea and Papua New Guinea, but also on the political, economic, social, educational and cultural aspects of the Republic of Korea.
Embassy of Paraguay in Seoul, Republic of Korea
In the year of 207th anniversary of the Independence of the Republic of the Paraguay, and in coincidence with the celebration of 56 years of our diplomatic relationship with the Republic of Korea, it is an honor and pleasure to present the new web page of this Diplomatic Representation
Embassy of Philippines in Seoul, Korea (Republic)
Bilateral relations between the two countries started on 3 March 1949 when the Philippines became the fifth country to recognize the Republic of Korea, which was inaugurated on 15 August 1948. The friendship was cemented by the Philippine deployment of the Philippine Expeditionary Force to Korea (PEFTOK) during the Korean War in the 1950s to help South Korea defend itself from the invasion of the North.
Embassy of Poland in South Korea
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Embassy of Portugal in Seoul, Korea (Republic)
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Embassy of Romania in Seoul, South Korea
Romanian Embassy in the Republic of Korea has been operating since the official establishment of the diplomatic relations in 1990. Our role is to help boosting the development of exchanges between Romania and the Republic of Korea on politic, economic and cultural level, as well as to facilitate the direct contacts of local communities and the mutual understanding between our two peoples.
Embassy of Russia in Seoul, South Korea
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Embassy of Singapore in Seoul, South Korea
The Embassy in Seoul was opened on 11 Dec 1989. The mission of the Embassy is to safeguard the interests of Singaporeans visiting, living and working in its Consular District of the Republic of Korea and Mongolia, and to promote bilateral political, economic and cultural links between Singapore and the Republic of Korea and Mongolia.
Embassy of Slovakia in South Korea
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Embassy of Spain in Seoul, South Korea
The Spanish Embassy in South Korea is in Seoul, the capital city. South Koreans can go to the embassy to apply for visas to visit Spain. There are no Spanish consulates elsewhere in South Korea.
Embassy of Sudan in Seoul, South Korea
It is with much pleasure and honor that I welcome you to the website of the Embassy of the Republic of the Sudan in Seoul, the Republic of Korea. This homepage is meant to provide appropriate information data of basic facts about Sudan and the updated information on economic and political developments in our country. The website includes the work of the Embassy regarding visa, consular works, cultural events and the climate of investment to attract foreign investors to Sudan as well as other relevant information.
Embassy of Sweden in Seoul, The Republic of Korea
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