Adil Karaismailoğlu, Minister of Transport and Infrastructure, participated in the 8th Global Infrastructure Cooperation Conference organized by the Republic of Korea via video-conference method. Karaismailoğlu also held a bilateral meeting online with her Korean counterpart, Hyung-mee Kim.
Infrastructure projects were evaluated
Statement made by the Ministry; this year, due to the global epidemic, KAIK's VIII. It was reported that the meeting was held on December 8, 2020 via video-conference method. The congratulatory message of Minister Karaismailoğlu, who responded to the invitation of the Minister of Land, Infrastructure and Transport of the Republic of Korea, Hyung-mee Kim, was published at the opening session of the conference.
In the speech made by Minister Karaismailoğlu, the major infrastructure projects realized and planned to be realized in the field of transportation and communication in our country were mentioned.
Cooperation opportunities discussed
On the margin of KAIK, an online bilateral meeting was held between Minister Karaismailoğlu and his Korean counterpart Hyung-mee Kim. In the statement made by the Ministry: “At the meeting, the infrastructure projects that have been successfully carried out with the participation of Korean companies in our country and are currently under construction were evaluated. Possible cooperation opportunities were discussed for the important infrastructure investments planned to be realized in the upcoming period ”.
Important infrastructure projects around the world also took place at the meeting. The issue of partnerships between contracting companies that have become a brand and Korean companies in investment projects in third countries was discussed.
Minister of Land, Infrastructure and Transport of the Republic of Korea to the conference
Hyung-mee Kim, Korea International Contractors Association President Kun-K Lee and Uzbekistan Construction Minister Batir Zakirov attended.