Australia to welcome South Korea’s President Moon Jae-in as borders reopen | The World

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Australia will welcome the President of South Korea next week – the first visit of a world leader since the pandemic forced the closure of Australia’s borders.

Seoul Correspondent Carrington Clarke says while nothing is certain until the South Korean leader touches down in Australia, the trip has significance for both countries.

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