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Slovakia
The Slovak Republic

Overview

  • Establishment of Diplomatic Relations
    • March 22, 1990 : Czechoslovakia
    • January 1, 1993 : Separate Diplomatic Relations with the Czech Republic and the Slovak Republic
  • Bilateral Trade (2020)
    • Exports : $ 2,213 million (Automobile Parts, Storage Battery, Pump, Automatic Controller)
    • Imports : $ 873 million (Automobile, Tire, Automobile Parts)
  • The ROK's Investment in Slovakia (~June, 2021) : $ 1,383 million
  • Number of Koreans living in Slovakia (2020) : 1,483
  • High-level Exchanges
    • From the ROK to Slovakia
      • 2001   January  Delegation of the ROK-Slovakia Friendship Association of Congressmen
      • 2002   May  Minister of Foreign Affairs Choi Sung-hong
      • 2002   November  Special Envoy of the President Park Jung-In
      • 2002   November  Speaker of the National Assembly Park Kwan-yong
      • 2004   October  Deputy Speaker of the National Assembly Park Hee-tae
      • 2006   April  Minister of Foreign Affairs Ban Ki-moon
      • 2007   March  Vice Minister of Planning and Budget Chung Hae-bang
      • 2009   April  Prime Minister Han Seung-soo
      • 2010   January  Minister of Health and Welfare Jun Jae-hee
      • 2012   October  Supreme Court Justice, Lee Sang-hoon
      • 2014   June  Minister of Employment and Labor Lee Ki-kweon
      • 2014   July  Minister of Foreign Affairs Yun Byung-se
      • 2017   October  Speaker of the National Assembly Chung Sekyun
      • 2019   June  Minister of Foreign Affairs Kang Kyung-wha
      • 2019   September Speaker of the National Assembly Moon Hee-sang
    • From Slovakia to the ROK
      • 1993   August  Minister of Foreign Affairs Moravik
      • 1993   September  Minister of Culture Dusan Slobodnik
      • 1997   April  Speaker of the National Council Ivan Gasparovic
      • 1999   June  Deputy Prime Minister Lubomir Fogas
      • 2000   December  Speaker of the National Council Jozef Migas
      • 2001   August  Minister of Foreign Affairs Eduard Kukan
      • 2002   November  Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs Mozjista
      • 2003   October  Deputy Prime Minister and the Minister of Economy Pavol Rusko
      • 2005   May  Prime Minister Mikulas Dzurinda
      • 2006   November  Minister of Economy Lubdomir Jahnatek
      • 2007   October  Prime Minister Fico
      • 2010   February  Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Slobodnik
      • 2011   November  Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of labor and social affairs, Jozef Mihal
      • 2013   November  Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Foreign and European Affairs, Miroslav Lajcak
      • 2014   October  Minister of Economy, Parol Pavlis
      • 2015   March  Speaker of the National Assembly, Peter Pellegrini
      • 2016   July  Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Finance, Peter Kažimír
      • 2018   February President Kiska
      • 2018   April President Kiska
      • 2019   January  Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Finance, Peter Kažimír
      • 2019   March  Minister of Economy Ziga

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