April 19, 2024

S. Korea willing to enter talks if North stops nuclear, missile tests: Moon

In speech marking anniversary of June 15th Joint Declaration, President calls for "dialogue"

South Korean President Moon Jae-in said on Thursday that his government is willing to open up dialogue with the North "without conditions", but only if the DPRK ceases its missile and nuclear tests.

At a ceremony marking the occasion of 17th anniversary of the June 15th South-North Joint Declaration, Moon said South – North relations should be “newly established and developed to resolve the crisis we face today.”

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