Both Koreas" Religious Leaders to MeetNorth and South Korean religious leaders will meet in Tokyo to attend the 'Religious Leaders' Tokyo Peace Meeting' which is scheduled from March 13 to 19.
At this meeting, a 14-member South Korean delegation from the Korean Conference for Religion and Peace(KCRP) and a six to eight-member North Korean delegation from the Korean Council of Religionists(KCR) will take part along with a Japanese delegation.
They will participate in a seminar titled 'Peace and Coexistence - The Religionists' Role in the Unification of the Korean Peninsula' on March 15.
The participants will discuss religious exchanges between the South and North and peace in northeastern Asia.
Prominent South Korean delegation members are as follows: the KCRP Chairman-elect Rev. Ko San from the Buddhist Chogye Temple, Rev. Kang Won Ryong, Father Kim Mong Eun, KCRP General Secretary Byon Jin Heung, and the head of Seoul's Won Buddhist order- Chang Ung Chul.
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