January 02 2015
North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un has offered to hold a summit meeting with South Korean leaders, reports the New York Times.
Kim made his remarks on Thursday in a nationally televised New Year's speech.
The leader was apparently responding to a recent push by South Korean officials to resume high-level dialogue.
Kim indicated that he was willing to meet directly with S. Korea's President Park Geun Hye.
South Korea responded positively. "If North Korea truly has a will...
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