South Korean President Mon Jae-in says he has successfully controlled the Kovis-19 virus


President Mon Jae-in has said that South Korea has controlled the coronavirus epidemic and is seeking to increase its budget to help the economy recover from the virus-stricken country.It turned out to be a vision.

“By encouraging the active role of fiscal policy, we can overcome this crisis quickly,” said Mon Jae-in. In the first three months to September, GDP rose 1.9 percent. Kovis-19 has a lower mortality rate than any other developed country, with only 460 deaths to date.

Exports With the help of financing programs and the successful control of the coronavirus, South Korea has recovered from the recession more than any other developed country.