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Signs of an end to the Korean stalemate: CEN 8.31.07 August 30, 2007

Posted by geoconger in Anglican Church of Korea, Arms Control/Defense/Peace Issues, Church of England Newspaper.
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THERE ARE signs that the 54-year old stalemate between North and South Korea may be coming to an end, the CMS’ Head of Communications John Martin stated following a visit to the peninsula.

Martin noted that there were ‘encouraging signs’ in the political relations between the two countries, officially still at war, including a scheduled visit by South Korean President Roh Moo-Hyun to Pyongyang on Oct 2-4, and the July decision by the North in July to close its Yongbyon nuclear reactor project.

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Signs of an end to the Korean stalemate
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