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The National Unification Advisory Council has stressed the need for the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula to be a topic of inter-Korean dialogue.
The presidential advisory council revealed the view in a report on unification and North Korea policies that it will adopt during a meeting in Seoul on Tuesday. ...
The report assessed that the Park Geun-hye government achieved remarkable progress in terms of the North. It said the current government severed the vicious circle of provocation and compensation by maintaining North Korea policies based on principles during the past three years.
It then said the government must exercise flexibility to expand inter-Korean exchanges while keeping its current policies on unification and the North.
To boost such exchanges, the council recommended five key tasks, including making inter-Korean dialogue a regular event, realizing the “Dresden Initiative” and reopening the six-way nuclear talks.
Also among the key tasks was leading efforts to denuclearize the North, systematizing unification preparations, promoting unification preparatory moves and pursuing unification diplomacy and public diplomacy at the same time.