Senior North Korean diplomat meets UN political affairs chief

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December 6, 2017 11:31
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SEOUL - North Korea's vice foreign minister met visiting UN political affairs chief Jeffrey Feltman on Wednesday in the North Korean capital, Pyongyang, the North's state media said.

The North Korean official, Pak Myong Guk, and Feltman discussed bilateral cooperation and other issues of mutual interest, the KCNA news agency reported.

Feltman, a former senior US State Department official, is the highest-level UN official to visit North Korea since 2012.

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