May 20, 2024

South Korea to push for “sustainable” relations with North, more summits: MOU

Vice unification minister pledges to increase "close communication" between the two leaders in 2019

South Korea plans to develop sustainable inter-Korean relations through a top-down approach driven by further summits between its President and the DPRK leader, the country's Ministry of Unification (MOU) said on Tuesday.

The announcement came as part of the MOU's annual “Work Plan” for the year 2019, submitted to South Korea's Blue House and the Office for the Government Policy Coordination late last month.

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