Silence on North Korea’s reunification committee bad sign for talks with South
Committee for the Peaceful Reunification of the Country largely invisible after prominent role in historic rapprochement
The North Korean counterpart for South Korea’s unification ministry during a landmark period of détente appears to have been in limbo over the past couple of years, another sign that inter-Korean relations could be stuck at an impasse for the near future.
Despite inter-Korean relations collapsing along with the U.S.-DPRK summit in Feb. 2019, South Korea’s Moon Jae-in has continued his push for inter-Korean reconciliation during his final year in office. In fact, as recently as this year, Seoul proposed more summits, another inter-Korean liaison office and reunions for families separated during the
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