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Reporter : Shim Jae-yun
Thu, December 7, 2023 | 23:00
Trilateral FM meeting unlikely this year
Foreign ministers of South Korea, China and Japan are unlikely to meet before the end of the year, delaying a possible summit among the three countries.
Seoul, Beijing collaborate against Japan
Korea and China have embarked on a joint research project into the Japanese military’s enslavement of women for sexual servitude before and during World War II.
Speaker slams President for isolationist style
National Assembly Speaker Chung Eui-hwa Monday criticized President Park Geun-hye for failing to communicate with the parliament.
NK urged to improve human rights record
President Park Geun-hye urged North Korea Tuesday to improve its dismal human rights record in order to pave the way for the possible unification of the two Koreas.
NK leader to send confidant to Russia
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un plans to send Choe Ryong-hae, a secretary of the North’s Workers’ Party, to Russia as his special envoy, Pyongyang’s state media reported Friday.
Seoul wants Asia's UN Office in DMZ
South Korea is seeking to host an office of the United Nations within an envisioned peace and ecological park inside the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ), according to a key unification policy architect. The government is considering several candidate sites for the new U.N. body under close consultation with Gyeonggi Province, and hopes to begin talks with North Korea toward that end...
North Korea threatens to scrap high-level talks
North Korea threatened Monday it would reconsider an earlier agreement with South Korea to hold the high-level talks planned for later this month, according to the Unification Ministry.
NPAD chief slams Park over constitutional debate
Rep. Moon Hee-sang, interim leader of the main opposition party New Politics Alliance for Democracy, has criticized the presidential office for having allegedly interfered in moves toward constitutional revision.
Park calls for inter-Korean trust building
President Park Geun-hye called on North Korea, Wednesday, to join Seoul's endeavors toward the unification of the Korean Peninsula.
Saenuri may seek to soften NK stance
Some senior lawmakers of the ruling Saenuri Party are calling for the “May 24 Measures, a package of sanctions imposed against North Korea, to be re-evaluated.
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