Koreas to hold more talks Friday

Seoul, Feb 13: South Korea and North Korea have agreed to hold the second round of high-level talks Friday at the border village of Panmunjom, South Korea’s unification ministry said Thursday.

According to the ministry, the two countries would hold the next round of talks in the Peace House, an administrative building in the South Korean side of Panmunjom village, reported Xinhua.

Seoul and Pyongyang Wednesday held the first high-level talks in about seven years, but the five-member delegations from the two sides ended their dialogue without any agreement.

North Korea sent a notice proposing another high-level dialogue to South Korea through the liaison office in Panmunjom.