Former Ukraine Ambassador Kyunghoon Sul Appointed as Vice President of KOICA
Kyunghoon Sul, a former Ukraine ambassador, was appointed as a Vice President for Global Partnership of the Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA).
On March 7, at an inauguration held at the KOICA headquarters, Vice President Sul said he will exert utmost efforts to develop Korea’s development assistance based on his previous experiences.
Sul received his undergraduate degree in economics from Seoul National University and earned a graduate degree in international relations from Virginia University in the United States. Since 1982, he worked as a diplomat after passing the 16th Foreign Affairs Official Examination.
He served as the First Secretary in Iran, Counselor in Geneva, Minister Counselor in Kuwait, and Minister Counselor in the United Nations. He also served as a director of the Development Cooperation Bureau in Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Junior Counselor in the Korean mission to the United Nations, and the Ukraine ambassador.
Last updated: March 16, 2017