Report: 2 Koreas agree on meeting of related countries to end Korean War

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October 4, 2007 06:20

 
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The two Koreas agreed Thursday on a meeting with relevant countries aimed at finally negotiating a peace treaty to replace the 54-year-old cease-fire that halted the Korean War, according to a news report. The agreement came at the end of a summit between leaders of the North and South, South Korea's Yonhap news agency reported, without giving any details. Substantive progress on any peace treaty would require the participation of the US and China, which also fought in the conflict. South Korea never signed the 1953 armistice ending the war.

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