The two countries enjoy close relations in a spirit of trust. There are more than 40,000 Koreans living in Germany. Korean guest workers (particularly miners and nursing staff) supported the…
Foreign Minister Heiko Maas and his South Korean counterpart KANG Kyung‑wha met for the second time for what is known as a “strategic dialogue” to discuss important current issues.
North and South Korea will compete as a joint team at the IHF Handball World Championship, which starts today in Berlin. And off the court, too, there are signs that the two countries are becoming closer.
The second stop of his trip to Asia centres on the conflict with North Korea.
In addition to sport, political rapprochement between North and South Korea is in the spotlight at the XXIII Olympic Winter Games.
Using Germany’s experience of reunification to help Korea – that is the task of a new high-level advisory group.