South OKs military talksSouth Korea accepted a proposal by North Korea yesterday to hold high-level military talks to discuss pending military issues between the two sides, Seoul’s Ministry of National Defense said.
Seoul will propose working-level military talks to prepare for the high-level talks. It will also propose senior-level government talks to discuss the North’s nuclear weapons program.
The North sent a telegram yesterday morning signed by Kim Young-chun, minister of the People’s Armed Forces, to South Korean Defense Minister Kim Kwan-jin, proposing dialogue between high-level military officials from the two Koreas.
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