ROK FM to discuss DPRK issues with US counterpart
Updated: 2010-12-02 14:50
SEOUL - South Korea's top diplomat will meet with his US and Japanese counterparts during a three-day trip to Washington starting Sunday, the foreign ministry here said Thursday.
The three top diplomats will also discuss collaboration on other issues regarding the DPRK, including the current nuclear standoff, the ministry said in a press release.
Two separate bilateral meetings are also scheduled, with Kim and Clinton expected to discuss DPRK issues along with a two-way free trade deal between Seoul and Washington that awaits legislative approval in both countries.
DPRK issues and bilateral relations between South Korea and Japan will top the agenda at a scheduled bilateral meeting between Kim and Maehara, according to the ministry.
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