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Pyongyang Declaration and stalled inter-Korean ties | Video

It’s been a year since South Korean President Moon Jae-In went to North Korea to hold his third summit meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. They signed the Pyongyang Declaration on Sep 19, 2018, agreeing to end hostilities between the two sides. But no progress has been made since then. Lim Yun Suk reports.

Pyongyang Declaration and stalled inter-Korean ties | Video

20 Sep 2019 12:19am
It’s been a year since South Korean President Moon Jae-In went to North Korea to hold his third summit meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. They signed the Pyongyang Declaration on Sep 19, 2018, agreeing to end hostilities between the two sides. But no progress has been made since then. Lim Yun Suk reports.

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