Korea and France have agreed to carry out joint research aimed at eradicating discrimination against women in their labor markets, the labor ministry here said Wednesday.
|Korean Labor Minister Kim Young-joo (R) and her French counterpart Muriel Penicaud pose prior to their meeting in Paris on March 13, 2018, in this photo provided by the labor ministry. (Yonhap)|
During their meeting in Paris on Tuesday, Korean Labor Minister Kim Young-joo and her French counterpart, Muriel Penicaud, agreed to strengthen bilateral cooperation in the International Labor Organization and other labor-related international bodies, according to the ministry.
Later in the day, Kim inspected educational programs at the Conservatoire national des arts et métiers, a state-run lifelong vocational school in Paris.
Korea Polytechnic University and Cnam signed a memorandum of understanding on mutual exchanges and cooperation, the ministry said.(Yonhap)