April 05, 2020

South Korea approves first inter-Korean contact since Moon inauguration
The Korean Sharing Movement will be allowed to contact DPRK about joint malaria prevention program
The South Korean government on Friday approved a request by a non-governmental organization to make contact with North Koreans, the first since the inauguration of the Moon Jae-in government earlier in the month.The Korean Sharing Movement (KSM) will be allowed to make contact with the North Korean side to discuss a project aimed at preventing malaria outbreak in the inter-Korean border