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South Korea: US offer to North Korea to resume dialogue to advance the peace process


South Korean President Moon Jae-in said today, Wednesday, that the administration of US President Joe Biden has made an actual offer to North Korea to resume negotiations by appointing Sung Kim, the US ambassador to Indonesia, as a special envoy to the North, noting that South Korea and the United States have reached a conclusion. There is strong consensus "on the need to advance the peace process.


According to the South Korean News Agency, the South Korean president described the matter as one of the biggest achievements of his White House summit with Biden last week, while talking to leaders of the five largest political parties in Korea.


Biden had unveiled in an announcement coinciding with Moon's visit to the United States the appointment of Sung Kim, the US ambassador to Indonesia as a special envoy to the North, and the Korean president also agreed with Biden, that both the agreement of the 2018 Korean summit in Panmunjom and the agreement between Pyongyang and Washington In Singapore, it is "necessary" to denuclearize and establish lasting peace on the Korean Peninsula.

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