This is according to Yonhap News Agency who stated that hydrogen will be spoken about between the two leaders in addition to public health, artificial intelligence, and bolstering cooperation in energy, infrastructure and construction.

This could be a key development with two heavyweights within the hydrogen world pooling knowledge together and expanding collaborations to develop more prolific technologies to support decarbonisation.

Expanded cooperation between the two nations has been brewing with the Australia-Korea Business Council stating in 2020 that Saudi Arabia was among a list of six countries for Korea to expand its hydrogen business.

Should the discussions prove successful, an expansion in cooperation between the two nations could be seen and promote the use of hydrogen within these two nations.

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