South Korea’s Lee seeks closer cooperation with Central America in visit to Panama
South Korean President Lee Myung-bak headed to Panama to seek closer cooperation with Central American nations after wrapping up his three- day trip here forto a G-20 economic summit.
Lee will visit Central America for the first time since taking office in early 2008, as Seoul campaigns to play a bridging role between advanced and emerging nations.
Lee plans to hold a summit with Panama's President Ricardo Martinelli shortly after his arrival later in the day.
Original source: Yonhap