U.S. Deputy Secretary of State Stephen Biegun told a Senate panel Wednesday that he supports a “substantial” presence of U.S. troops in South Korea, but indicated the issue of burden-sharing must be resolved first.
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U.S. Deputy Secretary of State Stephen Biegun and Suh Hoon, the new director of the Blue House National Security Office, agreed to make efforts to revive stalled dialogue with North Korea.
U.S. Deputy Secretary of State Stephen Biegun stressed Wednesday that Washington “strongly supports” inter-Korean cooperation, which he said contributes to “creating a more stable environment on the Korean Peninsula.”
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Stephen Biegun, the U.S. deputy secretary of state, arrived in Seoul Tuesday for a three-day visit — signaling a potentially critical juncture in reviving denuclearization negotiations with North Korea.
Stephen Biegun, the U.S. deputy secretary of state and special representative for North Korea, will make his first trip to Seoul this year Tuesday to discuss Pyongyang issues amid a continued standstill in denuclearization negotiations.
Seoul and Washington discussed improving their working group talks on Pyongyang policy, amid concerns that they hinder inter-Korean initiatives, South Korean Foreign Minister Kang Kyung-wha said Thursday.
U.S. President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un should hold another summit ahead of the American presidential election in the fall to move along stalled denuclearization negotiations, President Moon Jae-in declared Tuesday.
South Korea and the United States are working to plan a visit by Stephen Biegun, the U.S. deputy secretary of state and special representative for North Korea, to Seoul in early July, according to multiple sources.