At the United Nations Tuesday, President Yoon Suk-yeol invited the international community to join South Korea in its use of freedom and peace to overcome global challenges.
Seoul said it's maintaining its North Korea denuclearization policy even after Pyongyang adopted a law on the use of preemptive nuclear strikes for self-defense.
There is no rift between Washington and Seoul when it comes to a North Korea policy that would offer economic incentives for denuclearizing, the Foreign Ministry said Wednesday. “Close consultations have been made with the United States on the...
President Yoon Suk-yeol said that he doesn't want regime change in North Korea but stopped short of offering security guarantees to the Kim Jong-un regime.
President Yoon Suk-yeol expanded on his "audacious initiative" to help North Korea's economy — provided Pyongyang takes steps toward denuclearization.
President Yoon Suk-yeol called Japan a "partner" to face common threats with as he urged the two countries to swiftly improve bilateral ties in his first Liberation Day address Monday.
President Yoon Suk-yeol will meet with United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres Friday, the presidential office announced Monday. Guterres is scheduled to visit South Korea from Thursday to Friday.
North Korea's Foreign Ministry condemned South Korea, the United States and Japan for efforts to strengthen security cooperation in a trilateral summit in Madrid and accused Washington of creating a NATO-like military alliance in the Asia-Pacific.
President Yoon Suk-yeol told NATO leaders Wednesday that the way to lead North Korea to denuclearization is by showing firm resolve.
Thirty UN-accredited nongovernmental organizations called on world democracies to protest North Korea’s upcoming chairmanship of the Conference on Disarmament (CD), comparing it to a “serial rapist in charge of a women’s shelter.”