Ambassador Sherman to Visit Prior to Inter-Korean TalksAmbassador Wendy Sherman, Councilor for the U.S. State Department, will be in Korea in May to discuss issues regarding the upcoming inter-Korean summit meeting.
On April 30, an official at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade said, "Ambassador Sherman will visit Seoul in late May to discuss the position of the two countries ahead of the inter-Korean talks."
"The ambassador will likely touch on the second field investigation by the U.S. of a suspected nuclear development site in Kumchang-li, North Korea."
Ambassador Charles Kartman, the special envoy to Korea, will also meet with South Korean officials to exchange opinions on the North Korea-U.S. talks.
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