Inter-Korean talks: Delegations resume peace discussions | South Korea News | Al Jazeera

Inter-Korean talks: Delegations resume peace discussions

Meetings between Kim Jong-un and Moon Jae-in are not the whole of the inter-Korean peace process, as high-level officials are establishing contact across the border and even setting up a liaison office.


    Peace talks have resumed between North and South Korea in the demilitarised zone that divides them.

    A high-level delegation agreed to push forward with joint military talks, and even discuss efforts to reunite separated families.

    It's the latest move to help pave the way for a summit between Kim Jong-un and Donald Trump.

    Al Jazeera's Wayne Hay reports from Seoul.


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