Recently, Ban Ki-moon has met with the Presidents or Foreign Ministers of Tanzania and Ghana, two of the three UNSC members.
The Foreign Minister of Congo-Brazzaville, the third, will be arriving in Seoul over the weekend. The Korea Herald reports:
Foreign Minister of Congo Rodolphe Adada will visit Korea from Friday to Tuesday, the Foreign Ministry said yesterday.
While in Seoul, Adada will pay a visit to President Roh Moo-hyun, meet Foreign Minister Ban Ki-moon and visit industrial sites.
Congo is currently the chair country for the economic alliance of Central Africa and also host nation of the African Union.
Ban said in a press conference that Adada's visit will raise the level of Korea's diplomacy toward the African continent.