SEOUL, Dec. 7 (Yonhap) -- South Korean and U.S. officials handling the North Korea issue held a working-level videoconference Friday to coordinate their policy and strategy.
In the session, which lasted for more than an hour, the two sides had "comprehensive discussions" on various issues related to inter-Korean relations and North Korea-U.S. dialogue, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said.
It came amid keen interest over when North Korean leader Kim Jong-un will travel to Seoul. The Moon Jae-in administration hopes that Kim will keep his promise to visit Seoul before the end of this year, facilitating his second summit with President Donald Trump.
Source: Yonhap News Agency