Joe Biden and Moon Jae-in express ‘deep concern’ about North Korea’s nuclear weapons programme at White House talks.
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South Korean President Moon Jae-in is the second foreign leader to visit the White House since Joe Biden took office.
Moon Jae-in says he will use his upcoming summit with Joe Biden to push to restart diplomacy with North Korea.
And Koreans are taking notice.
The two Koreas remain trapped in cycle of engagement and isolation, 70 years after war that has technically never ended.
North’s bellicose moves a major setback for reconciliation and could further complicate already stalled nuclear talks.
Pyongyang says it destroyed the office to ‘force human scum to pay dearly for their crimes’ amid a leaflet campaign.
Military says it will re-enter border areas demilitarised under a 2018 inter-Korean pact if leaflet campaigns continue.
Strong majority on highest turnout in 28 years should give renewed momentum to reform agenda of President Moon Jae-in.
Voters required to use hand sanitiser and plastic gloves when casting ballots and maintain physical distance.
South Koreans go to polls on Wednesday to choose 300 seats in National Assembly, with focus on coronavirus, economy.
As business casualties from the virus grow, Hong Kong and South Korea announce new measures to support their economies.
Protesters rage over plans to quarantine hundreds of Koreans set to be flown home from China’s coronavirus epicentre.