Hyundai Sponsors 2012 Seoul Nuclear Security Summit
The Hyundai Motor Group is providing vehicles for the “2012 Seoul Nuclear Security Summit,” the largest summit in the security field with participation from more than 53 heads of state and international organizations. A total of 262 vehicles were handed over March 5, including Hyundai’s flagship model, the Equus limousine, as well as the Starex. The cars will be used to provide transportation for the participating heads of state, as well as security personnel. The summit will take place in Seoul between March 26 and 27. The gentleman on the left is Mr. Kim Choong Ho, President of Hyundai Motor, while the gentleman on the right is Mr. Cho Hee-yong, Secretary General of the Nuclear Security Preparatory Secretariat.
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