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Seoul to Propose More North-South Reunions

January 25, 2002|From Times Wire Reports

South Korea said it would propose reunions of divided Korean families in response to what it called a positive North Korean statement on reviving official talks.

North Korean state media reported that government and ruling party officials confirmed Tuesday a need for government talks to uphold the North-South summit agreement of June 2000.

South Korean Unification Minister Hong Soon Young said the government would propose more reunions of family members separated since the 1950-53 Korean War.

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