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S. Korea to strengthen cooperation with other countries for Korean peace process: NSC

S. Korea to strengthen cooperation with other countries for Korean peace process: NSC


the nation’s top office vowed to
continue strengthening cooperation with other regional players so the peace
process produces practical results the National Security Council in its weekly
meeting today agreed to support the early resumption of working-level talks
between Pyongyang and Washington the North has set a year-end deadline for
the u.s. to make concessions so it’s also possible that the NSC discussed
ways to find a breakthrough in cross-border dialogue the council also
touched on strategy for the defense car sharing negotiations with Washington

1 comment on “S. Korea to strengthen cooperation with other countries for Korean peace process: NSC

  1. What's the point talking with other nations when north korea doesn't even give a damn. As long as kim is in power and has the nuclear program, korea will never be peaceful.

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