High-Level Security Meeting to Be Held on May 8A high-level security meeting will be held on May 8 between defense personnel of Korea, the United States and Japan in Cheju Island.
The meeting will attempt to appraise the current situation in North Korea and discuss ways the three nations can cooperate to help the inter-Korea summit talks in June.
Kim Chong-hwan, a policy aid in the Ministry of National Defense, will represent Korea, while Franklin Kramer, assistant secretary in charge of international security in the U.S. Department of Defense will represent the United States, and Suto Sinko, head of defense in the Defense Agency, will represent Japan.
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