Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has been invited to South Korea by its Seoul mayor Park Won Soon. Kejriwal will be travelling to Seoul for further discussion on the twin city agreement between Delhi and Seoul on September 11. He is expected to discuss several issues related to Pollution, Water, Public Transport, education and urban development.
Flash : Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal to travel to Seoul, South Korea for twin city agreement between Delhi & Seoul follwoing the invitation from the City Mayor from 11th sept.
Agreements on Pollution, Water, Public Transport, education and urban development. @IndiaToday
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On November 8, last year, Arvind Kejriwal had signed an accord with Seoul Metropolitan Government called ‘twin city agreement’. This agreement was aimed at strengthening cooperation in the fields of e-governance, transportation, climate change and smart city.
Speaking on the occasion, Delhi CM Kejriwal had said, “It is interesting to have a twin city agreement to establish friendship and cooperation.”
Chief Minister Kejriwal is also expected to have an agreement of cooperation on other issues like environment, culture and tourism, education, waste water management, solid waste management, public health and youth exchange among others.