Roh is to meet with U.S. President George Bush on Sept. 14 and his office in Seoul announced the agenda will cover bilateral and international issues including North Korea's nuclear program and the U.S.-Korea free trade agreement, reports the Korea Times.
In Europe, Roh is scheduled to visit Greece, Romania and Finland and attend the two-day Asia-Europe Meeting in Helsinki before leaving for the United States.
"We expect the country to strengthen cooperation with the three European nations in various fields and reaffirm its strong alliance with the United States through the president's visits," a spokesman for Roh said.
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