South Korea, DPRK Hold Talks in Kaesong on Bilateral Agreem…

07 de diciembre de 2018, 17:40Seoul, Dec 7 (Prensa Latina) South Korea and the Democratic People”s Republic of Korea (DPRK) met on Friday at the liaison office on the border city of Kaesong on the north side, according to official South Korean sources.

According to the spokesperson for the Unification Ministry, Lee Eugene, the two parties reviewed the implementation of the agreements reached by the two Koreas’ leaders and held exhaustive debates on relevant issues.

The meeting captured the international community’s attention amidst rumors of a possible visit by DPRK leader Kim Jong-un to South Korea before the end of the year.

Last September, after the third summit with South Korean President Moon Jae-in, Kimm agreed to travel to Seoul in a very near future.

South Korean officials recently confirmed that the country keeps an open possibility for Kim’s trip this month, but talks on the issue have not begun.

According to the South Korean news agency Yohap, the deputy minister for unification, Chun Hae-sung, and Jon Jong Su, deputy chairman of the DPRK Committee for the Peaceful Reunification of the Fatherland met in Kaesong.

Since its opening more than two months ago, the main objective of the site has been to facilitate communication at any time of the day between the two Koreas.


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