The State Department said on Saturday that top South Korean and US nuclear envoys met in Indonesia to coordinate their response to North Korea’s nuclear and missile threats.
On Friday, a meeting between Kim Gan, a special envoy on peace and security issues on the Korean Peninsula, and US special envoy Sung Kim of North Korea was held in Jakarta, where US diplomats also serve as US ambassadors to Indonesia. is doing.
“Details on the roadmap at a recent meeting between top South Korean and US authorities while our government consulted with relevant ministries and worked closely with the United States to prepare a roadmap for North Korea’s policies. There was a detailed discussion. State ministry officials said they were “nuclear envoys.”
The Yoon Suk-yul government has formulated a “bold plan” that can be provided to North Korea if measures are taken toward denuclearization.
According to government officials, the plan includes economic stimulus. And security guarantee. The
delegation’s meeting was held about two weeks after the meeting of a group of 20 foreign ministers in Bali, Indonesia. (Yonhap News Agency)
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