German Foundation Helps S. Korea’s Development
From The Konrad Adenauer Foundation (Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung) (KAS) headquarters in Germany its deputy secretary general, Dr. Gerhard Wahlers visited South Korea to congratulate the 30 years of its presence in South Korea.Other high-profile participants included Mr. Jurgen Wohler, secretary general & executive director of Korean-German Chamber of Commerce and Industry, and Korea University President Lee Ki-Su. President Lee was the first recipient of the scholarship from KAS Korea.He studied at University of Tübingen in Germany from 1977 to 1983, receiving his Ph.D degree in law.From the local political circle Mr. Moon Kook-Hyun, a member of the National Assembly was invited to the dinner event. Lawmaker Moon also serves as president of the opposition "the Renewal of Korea Party."Another lawmaker Mr. Kwon Young-Se of the ruling GNP (Grand National Party) was also invited to the event. He made the congratulatory remark. He serves as chairman of the Korean-German Parliamentary Friendship Association.In celebration of the 30 years KAS Korea published a 542-page book "60 Jahre Bundesrepublik Deutschland (60 Years of Federal Republic of Germany). The books were distributed to the participants.The Konrad Adenauer Foundation The Konrad Adenauer Foundation (Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung) (KAS) is a German research foundation associated with that country's Christian Democratic Union. It was founded in 1956 as the "Society for Christian Democratic Education Work" and renamed after the former Chancellor Konrad Adenauer in 1964. The foundation has its seat in Wesseling near Bonn.It is the largest of the politically affiliated research foundations in Germany, with an annual budget of around €100 million, most of which it receives from government. It funds policy research, in the mould of a think tank, but the larger part of its sponsorship is research in the social sciences not directly connected to framing policy.For details or inquiries please call Ms. Lee Ju-Hong, project assistance of the Konrad Adenauer Foundation Korea at 790-4774.
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