President Moon Jae-in will embark on an eight-day overseas trip from November 27 to December 4 to visit the Czech Republic, the Argentine Republic and New Zealand. He is visiting Buenos Aires, Argentina, for the G20 Summit.
On the first leg, President Moon will visit the Czech Republic November 27-28. During his stay there, the President will sit down for talks with Prime Minister Andrej Babiš and meet with members of the local Korean community and representatives of Korean businesses operating in the country.
From November 29 to December 1, President Moon will visit Argentina to attend the G20 Summit. Included on his itinerary there are a meeting with members of the Korean community and bilateral summits with leaders of major countries on the sidelines of G20 meeting.
Notably, President Moon will attend the first Korea-Argentina summit in 14 years, meeting with President Mauricio Macri, whose country is hosting the G20 Summit.
As the last leg of his trip, President Moon will make a state visit to New Zealand December 2-4. The President will meet with Governor-General Patsy Reddy and Prime Minster Jacinda Ardern. He will also hold a meeting with members of the Korean community there