Chong Wa Dae: the Korean and Korean leaders first proposed this weeks hotline to talk about the DPRK US talks.

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 Chong Wa Dae: the Korean and Korean leaders first proposed this weeks hotline to talk about the DPRK US talks.


In a telephone interview with Yonhap, the senior official of the Korean Presidential Palace said that the leaders of the Republic of Korea may call this week, but they will not speak today. The core of the Chong Wa Dae also said that the Preparatory Committee for the South Korean summit, led by the presidents chief of staff, was reorganized today as the Executive Committee for the Korea and Korea summit agreement and held the first meeting. The Executive Committee may be headed by the premier of the state or the head of the state adjustment room. In April 20th, the South Korea first opened the summit hotline for the first time. Wen in Yin can use a seat on the third floor of the Chong Wa Dae and telephone with Kim Jeong-eun in Pyongyang. Yonhap disclosed that the Han Dynasty opened a telephone line between the Korean intelligence agency and the United Front Department of the Korean War Department according to the consensus of the first summit in 2000, but it was reported that Jin Dazhonghe Kim Jong-il, the head of the country, did not pass the phone. The hotline used to play a buffer on the occasional military conflict, but Lee Myung-bak was in power in 2008 until the beginning of this year until Kim and Kim Jeong-euns special envoy visited Korea. Source: World Wide Web Editor: Guo Ping _B7442 The core of the Chong Wa Dae also said that the Preparatory Committee for the South Korean summit, led by the presidents chief of staff, was reorganized today as the Executive Committee for the Korea and Korea summit agreement and held the first meeting. The Executive Committee may be headed by the premier of the state or the head of the state adjustment room. In April 20th, the South Korea first opened the summit hotline for the first time. Wen in Yin can use a seat on the third floor of the Chong Wa Dae and telephone with Kim Jeong-eun in Pyongyang. Yonhap disclosed that the Han Dynasty opened a telephone line between the Korean intelligence agency and the United Front Department of the Korean War Department according to the consensus of the first summit in 2000, but it was reported that Jin Dazhonghe Kim Jong-il, the head of the country, did not pass the phone. The hotline used to play a buffer on the occasional military conflict, but Lee Myung-bak was in power in 2008 until the beginning of this year until Kim and Kim Jeong-euns special envoy visited Korea.