North, South Korea to hold rare talks next week

North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un attends a photo session with military education officers in November 2015North and South Korea agreed Friday to hold rare talks next week, aimed at setting up a high-level dialogue that might provide the foundation for a sustainable improvement in cross-border ties. Seoul’s Unification Ministry said talks proposals sent to Pyongyang in September and October had failed to garner a response. Then on Thursday, the North’s official KCNA news agency said the Committee for the Peaceful Reunification of Korea, which handles relations with the South, had sent Seoul a notice proposing the November 26 meeting.

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