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WTIA concluded consultations with the Ambassador of Afghanistan to Korea for ITC infra Business & Applying Blockchain for Natural Resource Development. Our desire is to work closely with our Korean companies in various fields such as WTIA, who have the potential and the necessary knowledge to work with different countries around the world … “– HE Abdul Hakim Atarud, the Ambassador of Afghanistan to Korea
NAMDAEMUN, SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, April 28, 2021 – WTIA Group has successfully completed two consultations with the Ambassador of Afghanistan to Korea on Covid19, trade, ITC infrastructure business and building a collaborative relationship on resource development in Afghanistan.HE Abdul Hakim Atarud, the ambassador of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan in Korea, together with the embassy staff, Keun-young, Kim, the chairman of WTIA and SMFI, Young-woo Kwon Director of K-Biz, Dr. Kim Moon-ho, chairman of KMH Peace Foundation and others attended this high-level meeting, which was held on April 15 and 23, 2021 at both the Embassy of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan in Seoul and the WTIA group headquarters in the Korean Chamber of Commerce took place in Seoul.
The content of the consultation was broken down into short, medium- and long-term plans that included a method of exporting or donating Korean quarantine products related to Covid-19 resources and provided an affordable, patented, mobile-friendly internet solution for Afghanistan. where the internet infrastructure is inadequately distributed due to impassable terrain, developing the rare earth elements and supporting the development of a global trading system, processing and exporting saffron, fruit, marble, carpets and exquisite jewelry from Afghanistan, while also considering the environmental impact of hydrogen generation projects.
HE Abdul Hakim Atarud, the Ambassador of Afghanistan to Korea, said: “Our wish is to work closely with our Korean companies in various fields such as WTIA, which have the potential and necessary knowledge to work with different countries around the world.” Keun-Young Kim, Chairman of WTIA and SMFi Group, said, “We have paid a lot of attention for over 10 years. I hope that the people of Afghanistan will soon achieve peace and prosperity. To further revitalize the donations of supported quarantine products, we will do our best to export Korean products and K-Biz products. “
Young-woo, Kwon, the K-Biz director, said, “We will cooperate on the exported and imported products, and do our best to dig up and apply for the products of Korea’s small and medium-sized enterprises in Afghanistan. In addition, part of the profits will be used to rebuild Afghanistan and to further contribute to the welfare of Afghan children. Dr. Kim Moon-ho, chairman of the KMH-Foundation, said : “The peace that our opinion on peacebuilding sees not only as the end of the war, but as an inclusive peace that led to economic development and the establishment of a good infrastructure, education system, social safety net, etc. I hope Afghanistan will find real peace soon. “ We expect that this in-depth consultation between the two countries will prepare the new part for peace and prosperity in Afghanistan.