US, North Korea with a post-summit”, asks’: report

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The United States is preparing “specific,” in a timeline, will be presented North Korean officials, as a result of the recent historic summit, reports Reuters.

The news Agency, citing an unnamed U.S. defense official, reported that the U.S. hopes that the presentation will show Pyongyang that the interest in denuclearizing.

“It has to be said, asks specific, and it will strip a certain period of time, if we present the North Koreans with our concept of what looks like the implementation of the summit agreement,” the official reports.

The Associated Press reported that Korea, in the meantime, the possible relocation of the North-discuss the routes of Korea long-range artillery systems away from the tense Korean border.

North Korea has deployed an estimated 1000 guns along the border, they also pose a significant threat to Seoul and the Metropolitan area.

In a speech on the occasion of the 68th anniversary of the outbreak of the 1950-53 Korean war, Prime Minister Lee Nak-yon, said that “the move (to North Korea) long range artillery on the back is in the discussion”, as he explains, what types of good steps that were taken between the sides in the last few months.

Lee’s comments are reports in Seoul, the first official confirmation of media that South Korea demanded that the North position of their forward deployed artillery pieces, while the inter-Korean military talks this month. Seoul’s defence Ministry denied these reports, said it had speech, there was no immediate comment on Lee’s.

Also Monday, officers met with the two Korean States, to discuss how to fully restore your military hotline communication channels, according to the South’s defense Ministry. The results of the discussions were expected later on Monday.

The Associated Press contributed to this report

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