SEOUL – The South Korean government will send special envoys to Japan and China. The leaders of those countries be brought up to date about the outcome of the recent consultation with North Korea, the South Korean news agency Yonhap.
The South Korean national security advisor Chung Eui-yong has an agreement with the Chinese leader Xi Jinping. The head of intelligence service NIS, Suh Hoon, brings Tuesday a visit to the Japanese prime minister shinzo Abe.
’Important changes coming’
The South Korean president, Moon Jae-in said Monday that the coming months are crucial for the history of his country. “There are important changes now to a summit with North and South Korea and a summit with the US and North Korea will be held”, said Moon, according to Yonhap.
“If we succeed, then will the history of the world with dramatic change. And the Republic of Korea will be the main role have played”, said Moon during a meeting with his staff. “What we have in about two months hope to achieve is a large transition that the world has not so far been able to achieve.”