Rayyan Hanif - 2 years ago
/ Rania Khalil - 2 years ago
Russia urges the UN Security Council to promote the Korean peace process by encouraging the rivals to make steps toward each other, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said Friday at the UN General Assembly.
/ Kainat Bashir - 2 years ago
Seoul plans in mid-October to conduct an inspection at the site of the planned cross-border connection of the railways and highways of the two Koreas, South Korea's presidential spokesman said on Friday.
/ Bakhtawar Ameen - 2 years ago
North and South Korea have agreed to hold joint celebrations next week to mark the anniversary of their 2007 summit, the Unification Ministry in Seoul said Friday.
/ Anas Khan - 2 years ago
Russia proposes to consider withdrawal of joint South-North Korean projects from the UN sanctions list, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said on Thursday addressing the UN Security Council.
North Korea supported on Thursday South Korea's initiative to organize first bilateral inter-parliamentary meeting before the end of the year.
/ Test Dummy Writer - 2 years ago
Russian upper house speaker Valentina Matviyenko will visit South Korea on October 4-6, but there is no officially approved program yet, the Russian Embassy in Seoul told Sputnik.
/ Taimour Khalid - 2 years ago
Russia is ready to initiate in the UN Security Council proposals to support the peace process that began between Seoul and Pyongyang, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said Wednesday.
/ Nasir Mahmood - 2 years ago
Support among South Korean citizens for a possible visit by North Korean leader Kim Jong Un to Seoul stands at 87.4 percent, a fresh poll revealed on Tuesday, a week after South Korean President Moon Jae-in traveled to Pyongyang for the 3rd inter-Korean summit this year.
/ Minal Khan - 2 years ago
UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has voiced support for South Korea's efforts toward denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula during his meeting with South Korean President Moon Jae-in, local media reported on Tuesday, citing Moon's presidential office