The meeting with the team of newly elected US President Joe Biden has increased the interest of foreign leaders. Before Biden takes over, they are eager to meet with their team and deliver the message to their countries. Meanwhile, South Korean Foreign Minister Kong Kyung-wa arrived in Washington on Sunday. In addition to the outgoing US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, he is also scheduled to meet Tim Biden.
Korea Kyung-wa spoke to reporters after visiting the Korean War Memorial. But the new administration will return to the Obama administration’s strategic policy; The South Korean foreign minister could not be reached for comment.
He said that now is not the time to make predictions about how the new US administration will handle specific issues.
South Korean Foreign Minister Kong Kyung-wa said, “I don’t believe what some of Biden’s colleagues have said, they want to go back to the strategic patience of the past.” The issue of bilateral relations should be made based on the various progress and achievements of the last three years.
Meanwhile, South Korean President Moon Jae-in congratulated newly elected US President Joe Biden on Sunday. In a post on Twitter, he expressed interest in working with the Biden administration based on values and future relationships.