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South Korea’s Moon Jae-in Meets U.S. President Joe Biden in Washington


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The White House said on Tuesday that South Korean President Yoon Sok-yul will head to Washington for a state visit to meet with US President Joe Biden on April 26.

The White House said the prestigious state visit – Biden’s second in office – “will highlight the importance and strength of the tough alliance” between the two countries.

“The upcoming visit celebrates the 70th anniversary of the US-ROK alliance, which is critical to advancing peace, stability, and prosperity for our two countries, the Indo-Pacific region, and the world,” said White House Press Secretary Karen Gunn. Pierre said in a statement.

She added that the visit would highlight the United States’ “unwavering commitment” to South Korea.

She said the state visit was the second for the Biden administration.

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