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Reporter : Shim Jae-yun
Sun, February 25, 2024 | 20:12
Park calls for inter-Korean trust building
President Park Geun-hye called on North Korea, Wednesday, to join Seoul's endeavors toward the unification of the Korean Peninsula.
Saenuri may seek to soften NK stance
Some senior lawmakers of the ruling Saenuri Party are calling for the “May 24 Measures, a package of sanctions imposed against North Korea, to be re-evaluated.
NAHF hosts history academy for foreigners
The Northeast Asian History Foundation (NAHF) will open a history academy for foreigners residing here, the foundation said Tuesday.
Saenuri faces brewing conflict over new airport
The ruling Saenuri Party is expected to face a possible in-house conflict over a new airport construction project in the southeastern area of Gyeongsang Province, the party’s home region.
Seoul to step up consular effort for overseas citizens
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs plans to create a new consular affairs division to offer better protection for Korean nationals living abroad.
Saenuri offers olive branch to NK
In an apparent turnaround from its tough stance on North Korea, the ruling Saenuri Party Thursday called for more reconciliatory measures to be made toward the reclusive nation.
North Korea doubles number of cyber warriors
In a bid to strengthen and increase its cyber attacks, North Korea has almost doubled the number of its cyber warriors over the past two years, military sources say.
N. Korea has worst human trafficking record, US says
North Korea has the world’s worst human trafficking record and is not making any tangible efforts to improve the situation, according to the United States.
Speaker to pursue S-N parliamentary talks
National Assembly Speaker Chung Eui-hwa Wednesday said he will actively seek ways of holding inter-Korean parliamentary talks to discuss issues of reunification, cooperation and exchanges between the two Koreas.
Top security aide talks tough on NK misdeeds
President Park Geun-hye’s new national security advisor has warned against possible provocations from North Korea and pledged to take “relentless retaliatory measures against the enemy.”
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