Press release | Date: 06/06/2019 | Ministry of Foreign Affairs
On the occasion of the state visit to Norway of HE President Moon Jae-in and First Lady Kim Jung-sook of the Republic of Korea and as part of the Oslo Forum series, a speech by the President on the prospects for peace and stability on the Korean Peninsula will be held in Oslo.
English language – Oslo Forum keynote speech by HE President Moon Jae-in
See recorded broadcast
The event will take place at the ceremonial hall of the University of Oslo, the Aula, on Wednesday 12 June at 12:00-12:40 (CET). Minister of Foreign Affairs Ine Eriksen Søreide will give the opening remarks, and will engage in a conversation with the President following his speech. BBC Seoul Correspondent Laura Bicker will moderate the conversation.
The event is open for a limited number of accredited media representatives. Please arrive by 11.00 at the latest and note that photo ID will be required.
Deadline for accreditation: Friday 7 June to [email protected]
The speech will take place on the first anniversary of the Singapore Summit. The audience will consist of Norwegian officials, diplomats, official international guests, scholars, and a select group of students of Peace Studies. This year marks 60 years with diplomatic relations between Norway and the Republic of Korea. Oslo has been at the centre of a number of important peace initiatives over the years, and is the home of the Oslo Forum.
Media institutions may have access to a clean version of the broadcast in the following ways.
- Members of the European Broadcasting Union (EBU) may access the broadcast via the EBU distribution network. Audio channels will be Original language (Floor) and English translation.
- Web transmissions (clean signal) can be accessed at:
a. English audio translation: https://regjeringen_live.23video.com/live/52762777
b. Korean audio translation: https://regjeringen_live.23video.com/live/52762907
- A limited number of RTMP-connections are also available. Please contact Lars Svanberg Jakobsen ([email protected]) for further details.
Press contact: Astrid Sehl, [email protected], mobile +47 922 84 752