SEDIF Honorary President Sara Hernández de Monreal and Economy Minister Rodrigo Castaeda met with Mayor of Jecheon, Chungcheong, Ki-Sup Song
On a work trip around South Korea, Sara Hernández de Monreal, wife of Governor David Monreal Vila and Honorary President of the State Comprehensive Family Development System (SEDIF), met with the Mayor of Jecheon, Chungcheong, South Korea, Ki-Sup Song.
The Korean authorities have encouraged their cooperation so that companies from this Asian country can settle and invest in Zacatecas. Representing the President personally, Sara Hernández de Monreal thanked the reception and stressed that the commercial, educational, and cultural exchanges will have a positive impact on the well-being and progress of families.
For his part, Mayor Ki-Sup Song, accompanied by representatives from business, health, education, and culture, among others, expressed his satisfaction with the agreements reached for South Korean companies to locate in Zacatecas.
This is because he thinks the state is a good place to invest, as he met “good people” on his last visit, and mutual growth and development will surely be achieved.
Accompanied by Rodrigo Castaeda Miranda, head of the Zacatecas Ministry of Economy, the Honorary President of SEDIF told the Korean authorities that they want to establish the state as an investment target so that companies grow and, at the same time, development is generated in the entity.
“We want companies from Korea and many other countries to strive for growth, and this can also grow and bring about development for our society. Zacatecas is a friendly state with good people and a lot of talent, and we are always waiting for the helping hands of those who want our state to grow,” said Sara Hernández de Monreal.
For his part, Rodrigo Castaeda Miranda, Minister of Economy, after a warm welcome from the Governor, made it clear that this rapprochement with the South Korean authorities has a positive impact on Zacatec society, establishing close cooperation in various aspects, such as exchanges in Industrial and economic issues, but also in the areas of education and culture.
The day before, Governor David Monreal vila had remotely reached an investment agreement with Korean automaker MR InfraAuto for an amount of $30 million to be set up in the Calera Industrial Park to create 400 new jobs.