A delegation from the U.S. House Foreign Affairs Committee, led by Chairman Michael McCaul, is scheduled to visit Seoul, South Korea in early April, according to a report citing diplomatic sources.
During their visit, the delegation is expected to meet with South Korean government officials to discuss various issues of mutual concern, including regional security, trade, and North Korea’s nuclear program. The visit is seen as a continuation of the close relationship between the United States and South Korea, particularly in light of recent tensions on the Korean Peninsula.
The visit also comes amid growing concerns over North Korea’s recent missile launches and nuclear activities. The United States and South Korea have been working closely together to address these challenges, including through joint military exercises and diplomatic efforts to engage with North Korea.
The U.S. House Foreign Affairs Committee is responsible for overseeing U.S. foreign policy and international relations, making this visit an important opportunity for South Korea to engage with key policymakers in the United States.
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