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    The two Koreas are resuming dialogue after a rupture more than two years ago

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    The two Koreas are resuming dialogue after a rupture more than two years ago Empty The two Koreas are resuming dialogue after a rupture more than two years ago

    Post by Rocky Fri 05 Jan 2018, 2:45 am

    The two Koreas are resuming dialogue after a rupture more than two years ago
    The two Koreas are resuming dialogue after a rupture more than two years ago Irq_1906598533_1515139701
    North and South Korea will hold official talks next week for the first time in more than two years after Pyongyang accepted Seoul's offer of dialogue, just hours after the United States and South Korea postponed joint military exercises.
    South Korea's unity ministry said North Korea had sent its approval for the January 9 talks in a statement at 0116 GMT.
    The two Koreas last held official talks in December 2015.
    The talks will take place at the border truce village of Panmunjom, officials of the two sides are expected to discuss the Winter Games in Pyongyang and improve relations between the two countries, said spokesman Paek Tai-hyun in a press release.
    Officials representing the two countries have yet to be confirmed.
    The spokesman said there was no change in South Korea's stance on the need to continue efforts to disarm North Korea.
    North Korean leader Kim Jong-un paved the way for talks with South Korea during a New Year speech in which he called for a reduction of tensions on the Korean peninsula and suggested North Korea could participate in the Winter Olympics.
    But Kim remained firm on the issue of nuclear weapons and said North Korea would go ahead with large-scale nuclear warheads and warned again that it would launch a nuclear attack if its country was threatened.
    US President Donald Trump and South Korean Mon Jijan said late on Thursday that the large-scale annual military exercises usually held in the spring will now take place after the Winter Olympic Games in Pyongchang in February.
    North Korea sees the exercises as maneuvers for a possible invasion.
    South Korea and the United States remain technically at war with North Korea after the 1950-53 Korean War ended with a truce rather than a peace treaty.
    Trump described the proposed inter-Korean talks as "good" and said he would send a high-level delegation to the Winter Games, which included members of his family, the South Korean presidential office said.
    In a Twitter tweak, Trump credited himself with conducting a dialogue.
    "Does anyone really believe that the talks and dialogue between North Korea and South Korea would have taken place at the moment if I were not firm and strong and ready to show our full strength in the face of the North," he said. Finished






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