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Pyongyang summit deal should be fulfilled: S.Korean Prez

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Pyongyang summit deal should be fulfilled: S.Korean PrezSeoul, Sep 19 : South Korean President Moon Jae-in said on Saturday that his Pyongyang summit accord with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un should be implemented despite restraints at home and abroad, marking the second anniversary of its signing. In a message posted on Facebook, he stressed that Seoul’s commitment to peace remains firm, while the agreement has not been...
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