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  • President Yoon Suk Yeol meets Mohammed bin Salman, Crown Prince and Prime Minister of Saudi Arabia
      Yoon Suk Yeol held a meeting with Saudi Arabian Crown Prince and Prime Minister Mohammed bin Salmanon the 60th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between South Korea and Saudi Arabia on November 17. They exchanged broad and in-depth opinions about the situation on the Korean Peninsula and the Middle East.  President Yoon evaluated Saudi Arabia as Korea's largest trade partner in the Middle East and a key partner in our economic and energy security as a foreign construction partner.President said that now is the right time to take the relationship to a new level through Saudi "Vision 2030" under Prince Mohammed's leadership.  In the future, it is expected that the two countries will expand and develop cooperation in investment of new growth fields by participating in mega projects such as NEOM, defense industry cooperation, future energy development such as hydrogen, cultural exchange and tourism activation.  Prince Mohammed said Korean companies have contributed greatly to Saudi Arabia's national infrastructure development since the establishment of diplomatic relations.Prince hopes to strengthen cooperation with Korea in three areas: ▲ Energy ▲ Defense Industry ▲ Infrastructure and Construction.  Also, two countryexchanged views on the situation on the Korean Peninsula and the Middle East during the meeting.  Prince Mohammed praised the South Korean government's efforts to curb and denuclearize North Korea's threats, emphasizing Saudi's firm support for South Korea and reaffirming their support for the South Korean government's "bold initiative."  President Yoon and Crown Prince Mohammed strongly condemned North Korea's recent provocations and decided to respond firmly as G20 members and responsible members of the international community,if North Korea continues serious provocations such as its seventh nuclear test.  Prince Mohammed's visit to Korea came three years after 2019, which is considered an important opportunity to take a leap toward a new stage in bilateral relations.  
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  • President Yoon Suk Yeol attends the 17th East Asian Summit
      President Yoon Suk Yeol attended the 17th East Asia Summit in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, on the morning of November 13.He explainedkorea’sposition on major regional and international issues based on Indo-Pacific strategy, and expressed his willingness to actively contribute to freedom, peace and prosperity in the Indo-Pacific region.  President Yoon first said that our humanitarian strategy aims for a free India and the Pacific Ocean that protects universal values.He emphasized that core values such as freedom, human rights, and the rule of law in the region should be respected, and changes to the status quo by force should not be tolerated.  He said he supports ASEAN's efforts to achieve this goal, adding that he will further expand humanitarian aid to the people of Myanmar based on close cooperation with the international community.  President Yoon said that he pursues a peaceful India and the Pacific Ocean that respects the rule-based international order, and that the principle of peaceful resolution of disputes based on the principle of international law should be thoroughly observed.  The South China Sea should be a sea of peace and prosperity that upholds the rule-based maritime order, freedom of navigation and overflight should be guaranteed under the principles of international law, including the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea and refrain from escalating tensions.  President Yoon also said North Korea's denuclearization must be premised for peaceful world.The international community should respond sternly if North Korea launches an ICBM again or conducts a nuclear test despite repeated concerns and warnings from global society.   President Yoon specifically presentedkorea’s position on major regional and international issues based on our independent Indo-Pacific strategy during the East Asia Summit.He clearly imprinted our will to contribute constructively and actively to realizing the Indo-Pacific region of freedom, peace, and prosperity.
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    2022-11-21
  • 25th ASEAN+3 Summit
      President Yoon Suk Yeol attended the 25th ASEAN+3 summit in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, on the morning of November 12 to discuss ways to cooperate with ASEAN, South Korea, China and Japan for sustainable recovery and growth after COVID-19.  President Yoon evaluated that ASEAN+3, which marks the 25th anniversarythis year, has contributed to strengthening real cooperation between ASEAN and Northeast Asian countries.He expressed hope to further strengthen cooperation for tackling the complex crisis.  President Yoon noted that if ASEAN and South Korea, China and Japan respond together to various challenges, they will be able to bear fruit to advance peace and prosperity in the international community. To this end, Korea expressed its willingness to play an active role as the chair among 3 countries and as a coordinatorin ASEAN+3. In addition, the trilateral cooperation mechanism, including the South Korea-China-Japan summit, is expected to be activated as soon as possible.  President Yoon said that human exchanges and human resources training in the region are also areas where ASEAN, South Korea, China and Japan can cooperate more closely. In order to strengthen the foundation for cooperation, it is important to promote exchanges between future generations, and to provide systematic education programs to teenagers who do not have enough educational opportunities due to COVID-19.  Meanwhile, President Yoon said stability and peace in the region should be premised to strengthen ASEAN-South Korea-China-Japan cooperation, and that our government will actively support ASEAN's efforts to resolve the Myanmar crisis and work closely with the international community to promote democracy in Myanmar.  ASEAN leaders voiced concerns over North Korea's nuclear program, which defies international and U.N. norms, urging Pyongyang to stop acting as soon as possible to threaten peace in the region and respond to denuclearization talks.  ASEAN leaders have thanked South Korea, China, and Japan for their support in responding to COVID-19, and urged the three countriesto continue to cooperate for the recovery of supply chains in the region.
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    2022-11-21
  • President Yoon Suk Yeol presides overan emergency National Security Council
      President Yoon Suk Yeol presided over an emergency National Security Council (NSC) on the morning of November 2nd, received a report from the Joint Chiefs of Staff on North Korea's ballistic missile launch, and ordered countermeasures.  Participants pointed out that North Korea's ballistic missile launch was an unprecedented military provocation that violated the NLL in the East Seaand strongly condemned it as a serious threat to peace and stability on the Korean Peninsula.  NSC members made it clear that North Korea is fully responsible for escalating tensions, including ballistic and cruise missile launches, rocket launchers and coastal artillery, in violation of U.N. Security Council resolutions and the 9.19 military agreement.  Participants lamented that the provocation, which was carried out during the national mourning period, clearly shows the North Korean regime against humanity and humanitarianism.  President made it clear that any attempt by North Korea to demolish its society and the Korea-U.S. alliance would not go through, pointing out that the Northkorea's provocations were the first violation of the NLL after the Korean War.  In addition, Presidentordered a swift response to make sure that North Korea's provocations pay a clear price. He also ordered the military to remain fully prepared to protect the lives and safety of the Korean people and to prepare for the possibility of further high-intensity provocations by North Korea in the future.
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    2022-11-11
  • French Article
        Ste. Genevieve, Missouri, named after the patron saint of Paris, was founded by French Canadians around 1735, making it the oldest permanent European settlement in Missouri. Much of Ste. Geneviève’s charm is due to the exceptional preservation of the original colonial settlement  Still maintaining houses built by the French in the 18th century, Ste. Genevieve attracts tourists through many early French settlers’ homes. Beauvais-Amoureux Historic House, for example, was built in 1792 with a steeply-pointed roof, reminiscent of early French Canadian architecture. Other historic buildings are the Bolduc & LeMeilleur Houses built with vertical log structures, representing the colonial Americans' living conditions. Having visited the historic housing sites at Ste. Geneviève’s National Registered Historic District, I found myself fully immersed in each room. The plentiful French early Empire furniture in every living quarter caught my attention instantly. At the Felix Vallé Historical House Site, a fully operating fresh garden was still cultivated in the original brick and frame outbuildings.  Sainte Genevieve Catholic Parish also depicts French influence on the previously French, Louisiana Purchase territory. Catholic church in Ste. Genevieve, Missouri, is the first organized European church west of the Mississippi River. The interior is filled with original stained glass windows and paintings from the French colonial era. Last but not least, the Louis Bolduc House Museum is a prime example of traditional French Colonial architecture. In 1792, Louis Bolduc, a successful merchant built a one-story house at the new village site. Still owned by the Bolduc family descendants until the 1940s, the Louis Bolduc House now turned into a museum for colonial French artifacts and furnished pieces. If you visit the States, make sure to explore the French influence on towns like Ste. Genevieve, Missouri.   - Alex Lee,  senior (12th grade) at Thomas Jefferson School in St. Louis, Missouri.-   
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    2022-11-08
  • R&D projects for ‘Landing attack helicopter’ began
        The Defense Acquisition Program Administration said it signed a 440 billion won of landing attack helicopter system development contract with Korea Aerospace Industries on Oct. 27.    The Landing Attack Helicopter System Development Project, promoted by domestic research and development, is a project to cover landing helicopters that charge in the air during landing operations by the Marine Corps by 2026 and to research and develop helicopters to support aviation firepower in ground operations.    As a result of the proposal evaluation in May, Korea Aerospace Industries was selected as the target company for negotiation, and the contract was signed in October after a four-month negotiation period. Finally, the domestic research and development project of the Marine Corps landing attack helicopter is full-fledged.    When the system development project is completed, about 20 landing helicopters will be deployed to the Marine Corps from late 2020.    Following the launch of the project in earnest, the agency will push for close cooperation with related agencies.    "The development of landing attack helicopters through this project is expected to serve as an opportunity for the Marines to increase their power for landing operations as well as secure the Marines' ability to carry out three-dimensional high-speed landing operations," said the head of the helicopter business division.
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    2022-11-05
  • The European Parliament adopts a regulation (draft) on the installation of charging stations for electric vehicles 60 km apart on major roads
    The European Parliament adopted the Alternative Fuels Infrastructure Regulation(AFIR) through voting process to expand the installation of electric vehicle charging stations  The key content of the AFIR regulation, which was adopted by the vote on the 19th (Wed), is to require all member countries to install electric vehicle charging stations every 60 kilometers on major roads such as highways by 2026.  The EU adopted related guidelines for expanding charging stations for electric vehicles in 2014, but decided that it was ineffective in expanding charging station infrastructure.  The bill was enacted in the form of "Regulation," which is characterized by the direct obligation of all member states without a process of converting domestic laws.  Currently, there are a total of 377,000 charging stations for electric vehicles in the EU, which is half of the number of charging stations promised by all member states.  However, theproposal, which imposes a fine of 1,000 Euro per uninstalled charging station if a member country violates its obligationunder the regulation, didn’t adopt in the final vote.  Meanwhile, the regulations required charging station operators to mark charging charges in kilowatt-hour (kWh) to facilitate consumer price comparison between charging stations.  In addition, the regulations include matters concerning the establishment of alternative transportation fuel infrastructure such as hydrogen charging stations, and the obligation to establish electric charging infrastructure for ports and airports.
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    2022-10-31
  • Germany and France present priority requirements for EU's 'Critical Raw Materials Act'
      Germany and France issued a joint statement that presented the key initiatives of the "Critical Raw Materials Act" being pursued by the EU. Most of the member countries expressed a positive response.   Von der Leyen, president of the European Commission, predicted that demand for critical raw materials will increase by 500% until 2030.Shepresented theAct as a key policy task for the next few years.   The COVID-19 crisis and the war in Ukraine exacerbated the vulnerability of energy and critical raw material supply chains, breaking away from Russia's energy and China's minerals dependence. EU started to focus on securing strategic autonomy of their own  According to the statement, ‘Critical Raw Materials Act’ is currently in the legislative process, proposing△establishing mechanism for an early warning system and crisis management△expanding criticalraw material supply chain andrecycling investment △securing fair global competitive environment    The early warning system, crisis management and recycling investment are similar to the European Semiconductor Act, which includes‘easing of subsidies for important semiconductor projects’and ‘raising funds to expand regional production’.It proposed creating investment funds to expand mining, production and recycling capabilities, discovering strategically important projects in the entire value chain, ranging from mining, processing and recycling of the important mineral raw materials by 2050.    EU Council discussed the position of the two countries on the 29th. Most member countries and executive committee expressed a positive position on the requirements of the position.  
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  • Deputy Secretary of Defense visits Andrews Joint Base, confirming U.S. strategic assets
      Vice Defense Minister Shin Beom-cheol visited Joint Base Andrews in the U.S. on September 15 while visiting the 3rd Korea-U.S. High-Level Extended Deterrence Strategy and Consultation Group (EDSCG).  Shin's visit to the Andrews joint base was also accompanied by senior U.S. officials in charge of the expansionary deterrence, including U.S. Deputy Assistant Secretary for Space Policy Vipin Narang, Sidharth Mohandas, and Richard Johnson, Assistant Secretary for Nuclear and WMD Response.  Vice Defense Minister received a briefing from the U.S. on the capabilities and management of U.S. strategic assets to be deployed on the Korean Peninsula in case of emergency.  The U.S.noted that the South Korean delegation has set up a special place to directly check U.S. strategic assets at the site in line with the purposeof the Korea-U.S. High-Level Extended Deterrence Strategy and Consultation Group (EDSCG).    Vice Defense Ministersaid, "It was a good opportunity to confirm the U.S.' strong ability to fulfill its pledge to curb expansion in South Korea, and U.S. strategic assets are a strong way to show our people and North Korea."  The South Korean and U.S. delegations had time to listen to detailed explanations and discuss the types and operations of strategic assets and low-power nuclear weapons deployed on the Korean Peninsula in case of an emergency, such as the B-52 strategic bomber.  In addition, they heard a detailed explanation of the specifications of the B-52 strategic bomber with low-tension nuclear weapons.  The U.S. officials in charge of the expansionary deterrence stressed that the U.S. pledge to provide deterrence against North Korea by utilizing all categories of military capabilities will surely be implemented.  
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    2022-09-26
  • President Yoon Seok-yeol arrives in London to attendElizabeth II's funeral
      President Yoon Seok-yeol arrived in London to attend the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II.President visits Westminster Hall, where Queen Elizabeth II is enshrined.He will then attend a reception hosted by King Charles III of England to express his condolences.At the meeting, he is expected to meet with foreign leaders, including U.S. President Joe Biden, who gathered to attend the funeral.   Prior to this, there willbe also time to lay flowers on the memorial to the Korean War.Britain dispatched 56,000 troops during the Korean War, the second largest after the United States.   The next day, He attends Queen Elizabeth II's funeral, which is strictly observed at Westminster Abbey.President Yoon's attendance at Queen Elizabeth II's funeral was decided in consideration of Korea's relationship with Britain, a traditional alliance, andrelationship with the Queen.  Queen Elizabeth II has a special relationship with korea.She visited Korea for the first time as a British monarch in 1999 and receiving a birthday award at Hahoe Village in Andong.  After attending the funeral, President Yoon will finish his two-day London schedule and head to New York, where the U.N. General Assembly will be held.  He will deliver his first keynote speech at the U.N. General Assembly and hold bilateral talks with U.S. President Biden and Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida.In particular, the first formal bilateral meeting with Prime Minister Kishida is expected to discuss pending issues such as forced labor.  President Yoon will visit Canada following New York and return home on the 24th.
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  • PresidentYoon Suk Yeol’s Korea-Dutch Summit
      President Yoon Suk Yeol met Dutch Prime Minister Mark Luther in Yongsan, where the presidential office is located, on the 17th. The two leaders adopted a joint statement to strengthen the bilateral relationship to a "strategic partnership" for the first time in six years.  First, they decided to strengthen semiconductor partnership, which is the strength of each country. Dutchand Korean have decided to complement each other in the semiconductor manufacturing sector. The Netherlands' ASML, the world's No.1 semiconductor exposure equipment company, will invest 240 billion won by 2025 to build a parts re-manufacturing center in Hwaseong, Gyeonggi Province, promising cooperation and support.  Secondly, nuclear power plant cooperation will also be strengthened. Considering the Netherlands' plan to build a new nuclear power plant, a consultative body of experts will be established to promote cooperation. Earlier this year, the Dutch government announced plans to build two 1,500 megawatts of new nuclear power plants.   In addition, President Yoon requested support for the 2030 Busan World Expo. The two leaders raised the policy council between the two countries in the vice-ministerial level strategic dialogue, and decided to check the implementation of the agreement.  
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    2022-11-28
  • President Yoon Suk Yeol meets Mohammed bin Salman, Crown Prince and Prime Minister of Saudi Arabia
      Yoon Suk Yeol held a meeting with Saudi Arabian Crown Prince and Prime Minister Mohammed bin Salmanon the 60th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between South Korea and Saudi Arabia on November 17. They exchanged broad and in-depth opinions about the situation on the Korean Peninsula and the Middle East.  President Yoon evaluated Saudi Arabia as Korea's largest trade partner in the Middle East and a key partner in our economic and energy security as a foreign construction partner.President said that now is the right time to take the relationship to a new level through Saudi "Vision 2030" under Prince Mohammed's leadership.  In the future, it is expected that the two countries will expand and develop cooperation in investment of new growth fields by participating in mega projects such as NEOM, defense industry cooperation, future energy development such as hydrogen, cultural exchange and tourism activation.  Prince Mohammed said Korean companies have contributed greatly to Saudi Arabia's national infrastructure development since the establishment of diplomatic relations.Prince hopes to strengthen cooperation with Korea in three areas: ▲ Energy ▲ Defense Industry ▲ Infrastructure and Construction.  Also, two countryexchanged views on the situation on the Korean Peninsula and the Middle East during the meeting.  Prince Mohammed praised the South Korean government's efforts to curb and denuclearize North Korea's threats, emphasizing Saudi's firm support for South Korea and reaffirming their support for the South Korean government's "bold initiative."  President Yoon and Crown Prince Mohammed strongly condemned North Korea's recent provocations and decided to respond firmly as G20 members and responsible members of the international community,if North Korea continues serious provocations such as its seventh nuclear test.  Prince Mohammed's visit to Korea came three years after 2019, which is considered an important opportunity to take a leap toward a new stage in bilateral relations.  
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    2022-11-28
  • President Yoon Suk Yeol attends the 17th East Asian Summit
      President Yoon Suk Yeol attended the 17th East Asia Summit in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, on the morning of November 13.He explainedkorea’sposition on major regional and international issues based on Indo-Pacific strategy, and expressed his willingness to actively contribute to freedom, peace and prosperity in the Indo-Pacific region.  President Yoon first said that our humanitarian strategy aims for a free India and the Pacific Ocean that protects universal values.He emphasized that core values such as freedom, human rights, and the rule of law in the region should be respected, and changes to the status quo by force should not be tolerated.  He said he supports ASEAN's efforts to achieve this goal, adding that he will further expand humanitarian aid to the people of Myanmar based on close cooperation with the international community.  President Yoon said that he pursues a peaceful India and the Pacific Ocean that respects the rule-based international order, and that the principle of peaceful resolution of disputes based on the principle of international law should be thoroughly observed.  The South China Sea should be a sea of peace and prosperity that upholds the rule-based maritime order, freedom of navigation and overflight should be guaranteed under the principles of international law, including the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea and refrain from escalating tensions.  President Yoon also said North Korea's denuclearization must be premised for peaceful world.The international community should respond sternly if North Korea launches an ICBM again or conducts a nuclear test despite repeated concerns and warnings from global society.   President Yoon specifically presentedkorea’s position on major regional and international issues based on our independent Indo-Pacific strategy during the East Asia Summit.He clearly imprinted our will to contribute constructively and actively to realizing the Indo-Pacific region of freedom, peace, and prosperity.
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    2022-11-21
  • 25th ASEAN+3 Summit
      President Yoon Suk Yeol attended the 25th ASEAN+3 summit in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, on the morning of November 12 to discuss ways to cooperate with ASEAN, South Korea, China and Japan for sustainable recovery and growth after COVID-19.  President Yoon evaluated that ASEAN+3, which marks the 25th anniversarythis year, has contributed to strengthening real cooperation between ASEAN and Northeast Asian countries.He expressed hope to further strengthen cooperation for tackling the complex crisis.  President Yoon noted that if ASEAN and South Korea, China and Japan respond together to various challenges, they will be able to bear fruit to advance peace and prosperity in the international community. To this end, Korea expressed its willingness to play an active role as the chair among 3 countries and as a coordinatorin ASEAN+3. In addition, the trilateral cooperation mechanism, including the South Korea-China-Japan summit, is expected to be activated as soon as possible.  President Yoon said that human exchanges and human resources training in the region are also areas where ASEAN, South Korea, China and Japan can cooperate more closely. In order to strengthen the foundation for cooperation, it is important to promote exchanges between future generations, and to provide systematic education programs to teenagers who do not have enough educational opportunities due to COVID-19.  Meanwhile, President Yoon said stability and peace in the region should be premised to strengthen ASEAN-South Korea-China-Japan cooperation, and that our government will actively support ASEAN's efforts to resolve the Myanmar crisis and work closely with the international community to promote democracy in Myanmar.  ASEAN leaders voiced concerns over North Korea's nuclear program, which defies international and U.N. norms, urging Pyongyang to stop acting as soon as possible to threaten peace in the region and respond to denuclearization talks.  ASEAN leaders have thanked South Korea, China, and Japan for their support in responding to COVID-19, and urged the three countriesto continue to cooperate for the recovery of supply chains in the region.
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    2022-11-21
  • President Yoon Suk Yeol presides overan emergency National Security Council
      President Yoon Suk Yeol presided over an emergency National Security Council (NSC) on the morning of November 2nd, received a report from the Joint Chiefs of Staff on North Korea's ballistic missile launch, and ordered countermeasures.  Participants pointed out that North Korea's ballistic missile launch was an unprecedented military provocation that violated the NLL in the East Seaand strongly condemned it as a serious threat to peace and stability on the Korean Peninsula.  NSC members made it clear that North Korea is fully responsible for escalating tensions, including ballistic and cruise missile launches, rocket launchers and coastal artillery, in violation of U.N. Security Council resolutions and the 9.19 military agreement.  Participants lamented that the provocation, which was carried out during the national mourning period, clearly shows the North Korean regime against humanity and humanitarianism.  President made it clear that any attempt by North Korea to demolish its society and the Korea-U.S. alliance would not go through, pointing out that the Northkorea's provocations were the first violation of the NLL after the Korean War.  In addition, Presidentordered a swift response to make sure that North Korea's provocations pay a clear price. He also ordered the military to remain fully prepared to protect the lives and safety of the Korean people and to prepare for the possibility of further high-intensity provocations by North Korea in the future.
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    2022-11-11
  • French Article
        Ste. Genevieve, Missouri, named after the patron saint of Paris, was founded by French Canadians around 1735, making it the oldest permanent European settlement in Missouri. Much of Ste. Geneviève’s charm is due to the exceptional preservation of the original colonial settlement  Still maintaining houses built by the French in the 18th century, Ste. Genevieve attracts tourists through many early French settlers’ homes. Beauvais-Amoureux Historic House, for example, was built in 1792 with a steeply-pointed roof, reminiscent of early French Canadian architecture. Other historic buildings are the Bolduc & LeMeilleur Houses built with vertical log structures, representing the colonial Americans' living conditions. Having visited the historic housing sites at Ste. Geneviève’s National Registered Historic District, I found myself fully immersed in each room. The plentiful French early Empire furniture in every living quarter caught my attention instantly. At the Felix Vallé Historical House Site, a fully operating fresh garden was still cultivated in the original brick and frame outbuildings.  Sainte Genevieve Catholic Parish also depicts French influence on the previously French, Louisiana Purchase territory. Catholic church in Ste. Genevieve, Missouri, is the first organized European church west of the Mississippi River. The interior is filled with original stained glass windows and paintings from the French colonial era. Last but not least, the Louis Bolduc House Museum is a prime example of traditional French Colonial architecture. In 1792, Louis Bolduc, a successful merchant built a one-story house at the new village site. Still owned by the Bolduc family descendants until the 1940s, the Louis Bolduc House now turned into a museum for colonial French artifacts and furnished pieces. If you visit the States, make sure to explore the French influence on towns like Ste. Genevieve, Missouri.   - Alex Lee,  senior (12th grade) at Thomas Jefferson School in St. Louis, Missouri.-   
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    2022-11-08
  • R&D projects for ‘Landing attack helicopter’ began
        The Defense Acquisition Program Administration said it signed a 440 billion won of landing attack helicopter system development contract with Korea Aerospace Industries on Oct. 27.    The Landing Attack Helicopter System Development Project, promoted by domestic research and development, is a project to cover landing helicopters that charge in the air during landing operations by the Marine Corps by 2026 and to research and develop helicopters to support aviation firepower in ground operations.    As a result of the proposal evaluation in May, Korea Aerospace Industries was selected as the target company for negotiation, and the contract was signed in October after a four-month negotiation period. Finally, the domestic research and development project of the Marine Corps landing attack helicopter is full-fledged.    When the system development project is completed, about 20 landing helicopters will be deployed to the Marine Corps from late 2020.    Following the launch of the project in earnest, the agency will push for close cooperation with related agencies.    "The development of landing attack helicopters through this project is expected to serve as an opportunity for the Marines to increase their power for landing operations as well as secure the Marines' ability to carry out three-dimensional high-speed landing operations," said the head of the helicopter business division.
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    2022-11-05
  • The European Parliament adopts a regulation (draft) on the installation of charging stations for electric vehicles 60 km apart on major roads
    The European Parliament adopted the Alternative Fuels Infrastructure Regulation(AFIR) through voting process to expand the installation of electric vehicle charging stations  The key content of the AFIR regulation, which was adopted by the vote on the 19th (Wed), is to require all member countries to install electric vehicle charging stations every 60 kilometers on major roads such as highways by 2026.  The EU adopted related guidelines for expanding charging stations for electric vehicles in 2014, but decided that it was ineffective in expanding charging station infrastructure.  The bill was enacted in the form of "Regulation," which is characterized by the direct obligation of all member states without a process of converting domestic laws.  Currently, there are a total of 377,000 charging stations for electric vehicles in the EU, which is half of the number of charging stations promised by all member states.  However, theproposal, which imposes a fine of 1,000 Euro per uninstalled charging station if a member country violates its obligationunder the regulation, didn’t adopt in the final vote.  Meanwhile, the regulations required charging station operators to mark charging charges in kilowatt-hour (kWh) to facilitate consumer price comparison between charging stations.  In addition, the regulations include matters concerning the establishment of alternative transportation fuel infrastructure such as hydrogen charging stations, and the obligation to establish electric charging infrastructure for ports and airports.
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    2022-10-31
  • Minister Park Jin met NATO Congressional Federation delegations
    Foreign Minister Park Jin met "NATO Congressional Federation Delegation" in Korea on October 20 and exchanged opinions on △ Korea-NATO relations △ Korea Peninsula issues△Regional situation.  Both sides evaluated that the partnership between South Korea and NATO has been further strengthened in the wake of our leaders' attendance at the first NATO summit in June, and said that both sides, which share universal values such as freedom, democracy, and the rule of law, will continue to strengthen cooperation.  In addition, Minister Park said he expects the opening of the South Korean delegation to NATO, which is being pursued as a follow-up to the summit, to lay the institutional foundation for cooperation between South Korea and NATO.  In addition, Minister Park stressed the importance of sending a united message from the international community not to tolerate North Korea's nuclear development at a time when North Korea's nuclear and missile threats are escalating.He also noted that the South Korean government will continue to push for diplomatic efforts to completely denuclearize North Korea.  NATO delegates agreed on the need for a united international response to North Korea's nuclear and missile threats and said they would continue to support our efforts to achieve sustainable peace on the Korean Peninsula through the complete denuclearization of North Korea.   The NATO congressional delegation's visit to South Korea came after President Yoon Suk Yeol attended the NATO summit in June. It is expected to reaffirm the need to strengthen Korea-NATO cooperation and help secure NATO members' understanding.
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    2022-10-31
  • President Yoon Suk Yeol attends the opening ceremony of the UCLG General Assembly
      President Yoon Suk Yeol attended the ‘United Cities and Local Governments’assembly held in Daejeon on the 12th.  The United Cities and Local Governmentsis an international organization with local governments from 140 countries.The general meeting starts in Paris, France in 2004 and is held every three years in each country.  This is the first time that a Korean president has attended the United Cities and Local Governments.    At the meeting, President mentioned the COVID-19 pandemic, health, and climate change crisis facing the international community and stressed the importance of solidarity between local governments.  Presidentalso introduced one of the state affairs tasks, the ‘local era in which people enjoy fair opportunities wherever they live’ to participants in each country.  President explained that the local governments’ competitiveness is national competitiveness, explainingKorean example of holding a central regional cooperation meeting where central and local decision-makers gather.  President also asked participants to pay attention to the nation's local governments to play an important role in the international stage in the future, stressing that they will especially support the hosting of the 2030 Busan World Expo.
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