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North Korea and South Korea will hold regular talks on 15 January

The first two years of negotiations between representatives of the DPRK and South Korea was held on 9 January

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Following talks between the delegations of the Korean people’s democratic Republic and the Republic of Korea to be held on 15 January in the demilitarized village of Panmunjom. This was reported by Reuters with reference to the statement of the Ministry of unification of the Republic of Korea.

It is noted that the negotiations will be to discuss the dispatch of the DPRK delegation to the winter Olympics in South Korea.

To hold talks on Monday suggested that January 12, the North Korean side.

9 January in the village of Panmunjom located in the demilitarized zone on the border of North and South Korea, have been diplomatic talks between the two countries. The main topic was the potential involvement of North Korea in the winter Olympics, which will be held from 9 to 25 February in South Korea’s Pyeongchang.

The North Korean side during the talks, proposed sending a delegation of high rank, artists, athletes, and journalists to the Olympics in 2018. South Korean diplomats have taken the initiative to athletes of both countries came together at the opening ceremony and closing of Games.

The previous meeting between senior representatives of Seoul and Pyongyang took place in December 2015.

Technically North and South Korea are still at war, as after the military conflict in 1950-1953 the years, the countries never signed a peace agreement.

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