Friday, June 22, 2018


Delegations from North and South Korea are set to meet today once again for Red Cross talks. Top of the agenda is arranging reunions of separated families, but other humanitarian issues could be discussed as well.

The South Korean delegation crossed the inter-Korean land border today morning. They left Seoul yesterday afternoon and spent the night in northeastern country of Goseon in Gangwon-do Province.

The Red Cross Talks have started between the two Koreas and the talks were scheduled to start at 1000 hours local time at North Korea's Kumgangsan Mountain.

South Korean is sending a four-member delegation led by the President of the South Korean Red Cross, Park Kyung-seo. North Korean delegation has three members and is led by Pak Yong-il, the vice chairman of the North's reunification committee.

The main agenda on the table is setting the schedules for the family reunions.

Source: Arirang News

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