North Korea says hope is alive for peace, summit with South

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By Heekyong Yang and Cynthia Kim SEOUL (Reuters) -North Korea is willing to consider another summit with South Korea if mutual respect between the neighbours can be assured, state news agency KCNA said on Saturday, citing Kim Yo Jong, the sister of the North’s leader Kim Jong Un. South Korea welcomed the prospect on Sunday, with the Unification Ministry saying it expected to swiftly engage in talks with Pyongyang, while urging the need to restore a hotline link between the two. Kim’s comment came after the North urged the United States and South Korea last week to abandon what it called their …

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