South Korea's Lee open to summit with Kim Jong Il

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February 1, 2011 09:06

 
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South Korea's president pressed North Korea on Tuesday to change its pattern of provocations and take responsibility for two deadly attacks last year, saying that could lead to a summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Il.

President Lee Myung-bak's appeal came as the rival Koreas negotiate on holding high-level defense talks — the first in more than three years — to ease months of hostility on the Korean peninsula that have raised fears of war.

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