Thursday, October 23, 2014   

North, South Korea to hold high-level talks
(02-11 16:24)

North and South Korea will hold rare high-level government talks on Wednesday, the South's Unification Ministry announced, ahead of a planned reunion of family members divided by the Korean War.
The meeting will take place in the border truce village of Panmunjom, ministry spokesman Kim Eui-Do told reporters.
Although no agenda has been set, the talks will involve "comprehensive discussions on important issues'' including the upcoming family reunion, Kim said. --AFP   
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