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Korea-India Summit (November 2014)
President Park Geun-hye held summit talks with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on November 12 in Naypyidaw, Myanmar, to discuss measures to strengthen the strategic partnership between the two nations and to improve bilateral economic cooperation.
Current Affairs Presidential visit to China, Myanmar, Australia for APEC, G20

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Korea-U.S. Summit (November 2014)
President Park Geun-hye held summit talks with U.S. President Barack Obama and Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott during the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) summit in Beijing on November 11. They discussed measures to boost cooperation and issues involving the Korean Peninsula.
Current Affairs Presidential visit to China, Myanmar, Australia for APEC, G20

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Korea-China Summit (November 2014)
President Park Geun-hye and Chinese President Xi Jinping struck the Korea-China free trade agreement (FTA) on November 10 in Beijing. The two leaders held summit talks in the Great Hall of the People in the Chinese capital and announced the FTA afterward.
Current Affairs Presidential visit to China, Myanmar, Australia for APEC, G20

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Korea-Qatar Summit (November 2014)
President Park Geun-hye held summit talks with Sheik Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, the emir of Qatar, on November 5 during his state visit to Korea and discussed ways to strengthen cooperation between the two countries.

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Korea-Netherlands Summit (November 2014)
President Park Geun-hye held summit talks with the King of the Kingdom of the Netherlands Willem-Alexander during his state visit to Korea on November 3. The two leaders discussed measures to boost bilateral cooperation in energy, including nuclear power, water and wind power, as well as other sectors.

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Korea-Rwanda Summit (October 2014)
President Park Geun-hye held summit talks with Rwandan President Paul Kagame on October 29 to discuss cooperation on politics, the economy and other areas of interaction between Korea and Rwanda.

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Korea-Italy Summit (October 2014)
President Park Geun-hye held summit talks with Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi on October 17 in Rome. The two leaders praised the Korean leader's official presidential visit to Italy to mark the 130th anniversary of the Korea-Italy diplomatic relationship.
Current Affairs Presidential visit to ASEM, Italy

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Korea-Denmark Summit (October 2014)
President Park Geun-hye held a summit with Danish Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt on the sidelines of the Asia-Europe Meeting in Milan, Italy, on October 16. This is the first time for the two leaders to meet after their respective inaugurations. The results of the meeting were announced in a joint statement.
Current Affairs Presidential visit to ASEM, Italy

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Korea-U.S. Summit (April 2014)
President Park Geun-hye and U.S. President Barack Obama held summit talks on April 25 at Cheong Wa Dae where they discussed bilateral cooperation on the economy and national security. In regard to North Korean nuclear weapons, the two leaders reaffirmed the zero tolerance and zero approval principles of jointly dealing with issues surrounding North Korean nuclear arms. Both leaders agreed that the international community would respond strongly were Pyongyang to commit additional nuclear tests or undertake any provocation.

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Korea-Australia Summit (April 2014)
President Park Geun-hye held summit talks with Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott on April 8 at Cheong Wa Dae. The two leaders shared their in-depth opinions about common issues of interest, such as the free trade agreement (FTA) and the security condition on the Korean Peninsula and across Northeast Asia. This is the second summit between the two leaders.

After the summit, they adopted a vision statement. Titled as the “Vision Statement on a Secure, Peaceful and Prosperous Future between the Republic of Korea and Australia,” it contains 22 clauses and sets a new milestone in the future direction of diplomatic cooperation between Korea and Australia.