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Church leaders welcome Korean peninsula peace moves

13 March 2018

South Korea's National Security Office chief, Chung Eui-yong, who led the delegation to Pyongyang, will head to Russian Federation on Tuesday, while spy agency chief Suh Hoon met Japan's foreign minister in Tokyo, where he is to speak with Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Tuesday. "Most recently in January, the North suddenly canceled the visit of an arts troupe to South Korea", Lee Taek-su, head of Realmeter said.

After fighting a bloody war in the 1950s - in which the Philippines fought with United Nations troops beside the US - North Korea and the US remained enemies as the war ended with an armistice agreement, not a peace treaty.

"I'm very anxious about that happening again and I would hope that this administration understands that", he said.

Church leaders welcome Korean peninsula peace moves
Church leaders welcome Korean peninsula peace moves

As North Korea perfects its intercontinental ballistic missile program - the very effort that has precipitated the current crisis, as it threatens the entire continental United States homeland - critics of the Iran deal say that it allows for Tehran to flawless that same technology, guaranteeing a similar crisis down the line.

"I believe such a good mood began as Prime Minister Abe and U.S. Vice President (Mike) Pence attended the opening ceremony of the Pyeongchang Olympics", he added. He also briefed Xi on his recent trip to Washington to arrange a summit between U.S. President Donald Trump and Kim.

The South Korean leader might offer to reopen the Kaesong industrial center, which was closed after a North Korean nuclear test in 2016.

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Kim, repeatedly derided as "Little Rocket Man" by Trump, was "very aware" of his image, the official said, and reacted to comments made about him in a "relaxed" manner by joking about himself from time to time. "North Korea made several promises".

He also called for continued cooperation among Japan, South Korea and the USA with regard to the nuclear and kidnapping issues going forward.

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The North's main newspaper, the Rodong Sinmun, which is run by the ruling party, had only put out a few paragraphs about a visit by senior South Korean officials last week.

(STAND-UP) "The South Korean president said the fate of his country and the Korean Peninsula now hangs on how they handle the next two months this opportunity that has landed in the world's hands like a miracle". First came Kim Jung-un's declaration that he will never use nuclear weapons against South Korea, in a gesture that aimed to suggest that blood is, after all, thicker than political differences.

Beijing is seen as one of Pyongyang's biggest backers, and has hosted a series of multilateral negotiations over North Korea held intermittently since 2003 and attended by China, Japan, North Korea, Russia, South Korea, and the United States. That's surely unknown. The hermetic kingdom of North Korea is one of the most closed countries in the world.

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Trump's aides have been wary of North Korea's diplomatic overtures because of its history of reneging on worldwide commitments and the failure of efforts on disarmament by previous United States administrations.

Church leaders welcome Korean peninsula peace moves