SEOUL – North and South Korea have Friday to discuss a reunion on the 15th of August for people who have family on the other side of the border. The interview is a result of arrangements made by the North Korean leader Kim Jong-un and the South Korean president, Moon Jae-in. The Red Cross took the initiative for the encounter in North Korea.
Many of the people who have family in the other Korea, the seventy passed and, therefore, this is a last chance that they can see. It is also considered whether family members again video calls with each other and write letters to each other to be able to write.
Or North Korea has demanded that the twelve women who, in 2016, are defecting to South Korea to be delivered, is not known. That was previously a condition for the possibility of the reunion.
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