North and South Korea to hold first official talks in more than 2 years
June 8 , 2013
North and South Korea will meet for discussions at a village on a border said the South Korea's Unification Ministry. It will be the first ever official talks between the two nations in more than two years.
Tensions in the Korean peninsula have decreased over the past month, as they were quite high for a few weeks after the UN struck sanctions against North Korea following its 3rd nuclear test.
The talks are set up for a ministerial level meeting in the following week. The talks come as Chinese President and US President have begun their summit in California.