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Two Koreas should resume dialogue for peace

South and North Korea reconnected their severed cross-border communication lines Tuesday, raising cautious hopes for the resumption of inter-Korean dialogue as well as the stalled denuclearization talks with Washington.

It came 413 days after the North cut all communication lines with the South to protest of North Korean defectors sending propaganda leaflets into the reclusive country.

The reconnection was in accordance with an agreement between President Moon Jae-in and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un. The presidential office said the two leaders agreed on the restoration of the communication lines after exchanging several personal letters over the past three months. It added Moon and Kim also........

© The Korea Times

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