Korean media: South Korea still strives to facilitate Kim Jeong-euns return visit to Korea this year.

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 Korean media: South Korea still strives to facilitate Kim Jeong-euns return visit to Korea this year.


According to Yonhap News Agency on November 4, a senior official in Tsingwatai, South Korea, said in an interview with reporters that he was trying to facilitate Kim Jong-uns visit to South Korea within the year. When President Wen visited Pyongyang in September this year, he invited Kim Jong-un, Chairman of the State Council of the DPRK, to visit the DPRK within this year. The two sides reached an agreement on this. However, as the second summit of US and DPRK leaders is expected to be postponed until next year, there are some concerns about whether Kim Jong-uns plan to visit the DPRK this year will change. Against this background, Qingwatai officials said that there was no change in the return visit plan, and the ROK will strive for Kim Jong-uns return visit within the year as planned. The unnamed official also disclosed that the DPRK-US high-level talks expected to be held this week or next week will focus on the agenda of the second Jinte Meeting, so the high-level talks are crucial. The source of this article: surging news editor: Zhang Xianchao _NN9310

According to Yonhap News Agency on November 4, a senior official in Tsingwatai, South Korea, said in an interview with reporters that he was trying to facilitate Kim Jong-uns visit to South Korea within the year.

When President Wen visited Pyongyang in September this year, he invited Kim Jong-un, Chairman of the State Council of the DPRK, to visit the DPRK within this year. The two sides reached an agreement on this. However, as the second summit of US and DPRK leaders is expected to be postponed until next year, there are some concerns about whether Kim Jong-uns plan to visit the DPRK this year will change.

Against this background, Qingwatai officials said that there was no change in the return visit plan, and the ROK will strive for Kim Jong-uns return visit within the year as planned. The unnamed official also disclosed that the DPRK-US high-level talks expected to be held this week or next week will focus on the agenda of the second Jinte Meeting, so the high-level talks are crucial.