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Rare North, South Korea talks end with accord on reunion

“High-level talks between the rival Koreas ended on Friday with a rare agreement to go ahead as planned with a reunion for divided families, despite the North’s objections to overlapping South Korea-US military drills. The two sides also agreed to stop exchanging verbal insults and to continue their nascent dialogue at a convenient date, according to a joint statement read to reporters in Seoul by South Korea’s chief talks delegate Kim Kyou-hyun.”

Source: Rare North, South Korea talks end with accord on reunion | GulfNews.com

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