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South Korea and North Korea have set a date for more talks

Talks between the delegations of the DPRK and South Korea 9 January 2018 (photos gettyimages.com)

North and South Korea agreed to hold working talks on January 15. This was reported in the South Korean Ministry of national unification, reports Reuters.

The talks, initiated by Pyongyang, will be held at the North Korean side of the village Panmunjom.

The South Korean delegation will be headed by the head of the Ministry of national unification. The talks will discuss, in particular, plans for the DPRK to participate in the winter Olympics.

See also: South Korean President ready to meet with Kim Jong Inom

As previously reported, the DPRK wants to send to the Olympics their skaters.

January 9, in the demilitarized zone between North Korea and South Korea began first in more than two years of formal negotiations between these States.

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