"한국, 하나의 국가, 두 개의 시스템"이 김일성 주석의 논문입니다, 아버지는 1975 년 공산당이 북한의 지시했다. 블로그 참고.
Hyun Jeong-Eun, Chairman, Hyundai Group
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AFP) – 15 hours ago
SEOUL — North Korea on Monday agreed to resume cross-border tours for South Koreans, ease border controls and allow more family reunions.
The agreement came a day after a meeting in Pyongyang between North Korean leader Kim Jong-Il and Hyun Jung-Eun, chairwoman of the South's Hyundai Group, the official Korean Central News Agency said.
"All necessary facilities and security for tourism will be reliably provided according to the special measure taken by Kim Jong-Il, chairman of the National Defence Commission," it said, quoting what it called a joint agreement with the Hyundai group.
Hyundai Chief Returns From 8-day North Korea Visit
Hyundai Group Chairwoman Hyun Jeong-eun has returned to South Korea after an eight-day stay in North Korea.
After a long awaited meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong-il on Sunday, she returned to the South through Dorasan station transit office in Paju, Gyeonggi Province, around 2:20 p.m. Monday.
In a statement made upon her arrival, she said it’s fortunate that the Hyundai Asan worker who had been detained in the North for over four months has returned home. Hyun, who ventured to the North to secure the release of the worker, then thanked the South Korean government and people for their support in the efforts to win his release.
Hyun said a number of pending issues were addressed during the four-hour talks with the North Korean leader, including the resumption of South Korean tours to the North’s Mount Geumgang resort.
Regarding the South Korean tourist shot and killed by a North Korean soldier at the resort last year, the chairwoman quoted Kim as pledging that such an incident will never happen again.
She agreed with Pyongyang to resume tours to Geumgang and to seek reunions of separated families in the two Koreas, both of which will require the Seoul government’s approval. She said she will work with the government to carry out the agreements reached with North Korea.
Hyun’s trip was originally scheduled to last three days but was extended five times in order for her to meet with Kim.
Gov't to Seek Inter-Korean Family Reunions
The government is seeking to hold inter-Korean family reunions before the Chuseok holidays in early October.
During a news conference on Monday, Unification Ministry spokesman Chun Hae-sung said the government will work to hold inter-Korean Red Cross talks in the near future to hold the family reunions before the Chuseok holidays. A series of inter-Korean family reunions have been arranged in the past through Red Cross societies of the two Koreas.
He also called Hyundai Group's accord with the North to resume inter-Korean joint projects "positive."
The spokesman added that in order for Hyundai Groups’ latest accord with the North to be realized, the governments of South and North Korea need to reach a concrete agreement through dialogue, noting that Hyundai's accord with the North is a nongovernmental agreement.