South Korea proposes rare military talks with North



South Korea has proposed the first military talks with North Korea in more than 18 months to stop "hostile activities that escalate military tension along the land border", said the South Korean defence ministry.
Newly elected President Moon Jae-in suggested talks be held on Friday at the border village of Panmunjom. Pyongyang has yet to respond.
Although Seoul did not define the meaning of "hostile activities", talks are likely to focus on controversial propaganda broadcasts and joint US-South Korea military drills, reports the Daily Telegraph.
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17 July 2017 in Politics, Views: 53
Source: The Week
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