Incoming South Korea spy chief says too early to talk about summit with North Korea

By REUTERS
May 10, 2017 10:08
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SEOUL- The man nominated as South Korea's new spy chief said on Wednesday the right conditions to resolve North Korea's nuclear crisis should be set before a summit between South and North Korea could take place.

South Korea's newly elected president Moon Jae-in named Suh Hoon, a veteran of inter-Korean talks, to head the country's National Intelligence Service.

Suh told reporters soon after his nomination it was too early to talk about a possible summit between Moon and his North Korean counterpart.


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