Romanian tennis players Patricia Tig, Ana Bogdan and Jaqueline Cristian managed to advance on Saturday to the last round of qualifications for the main draw of women's singles at the WTA tournament- Korea Open, in Seul (South Korea), with prizes worth 250,000 US dollars.
Bulgarian products including wines, essential oils and dairy products have great potential to be exported to the Korean market. This was made clear during a meeting between Economy Minister Emil Karanikolov, who is on a working visit to Seoul, with the chairman of the Korea Importers Association / KOIMA / Mr. Kwang-hee Hong.
Romania won one gold and three silver medals at the 13th edition of the International Earth Science Olympiad in Daegu, South Korea, held between August 26 and September 3. According to a press statement released by the Romanian Education Ministry (MEN), Constantin-Petrisor Ciausescu, an eleventh grader of the Gib Mihaescu Collegiate High School of Dragasani, Valcea County, won the gold medal.
The United States is ready to resume direct business discussions with North Korea over its nuclear program, said North Korea's special envoy for the DPRK, Stephen Biegun, in Seoul, reported BTA.
Bilateral talks have stalled since the failure of the second Hanoi summit in February between US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un.