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Regional diplomacy surrounding Korean Peninsula to be in full swing at annual security conference
- Regional diplomacy surrounding Korean Peninsula to be in full swing at annual security conference
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While North Korea is expected to attend this year's gathering of foreign ministers at the ASEAN Regional Forum‚ observers in South Korea are zooming in on whether the South's Foreign Minister Yun Byung-se will meet one-on-one with his North Korean counterpart Ri Su-yong.
Seoul keeps the door open to inter-Korean dialogue‚ but the two diplomats may not have a meaningful encounter amid frosty relations.
Pyongyang‚ meanwhile‚ will likely seek to mend ties with its traditional ally China‚ gone sour under the leadership of Kim Jong-un.
In the wake of the international nuclear deal with Iran‚ countries participating in multinational efforts to denuclearize the North are hoping for a similar resolution.
On the sidelines of next week's conference‚ Seoul‚ Washington and Tokyo are expected to reaffirm their shared goal of bringing Pyongyang back to the stalled six-party talks‚ while pressuring Beijing to persuade its ally.
South Korea's top nuclear envoy Hwang Joon-kook has said the North is at a crossroads between completion of its nuclear arms development and denuclearization through dialogue.
This‚ however‚ may be a long shot‚ since the North‚ calling itself a nuclear state‚ said it was not interested in any re-negotiation whatsoever over its nuclear weapons program.
The South Korean foreign minister is also expected to meet his Japanese counterpart‚ to urge Tokyo to responsibly resolve issues concerning Japan's atrocities during its colonization of the Korean Peninsula.
It‚ however‚ remains to be seen whether Seoul's diplomatic efforts will result in Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe upholding Tokyo's past apologies for its wartime aggressions in his expected statement‚ to mark the 70th anniversary of Japan's surrender in World War Two.
Choi You-sun‚ Arirang News.
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