“It seems like Chinese President Xi Jinping is slated to visit North Korea in April, and there is a high possibility that he will visit South Korea in May,” Democratic Party leader Lee Hae-chan said during a meeting with new presidential chief of staff Noh Young-min upon his courtesy call on the National Assembly.
“A summit between China and North Korea, followed by a second US-North Korea summit and inter-Korean summit will foster peace in Northeast Asia,” Lee said.
|Democratic Party leader Lee Hae-chan (left) met with new presidential chief of staff Noh Young-min upon his courtesy call on the National Assembly on Friday. (Yonhap)|
Lee added the leaders of the countries appear likely to meet frequently in the first half of the year.
He also said the path for inter-Korean economic exchanges and cooperation is now visible, which could revitalize the economy.
By Kim Bo-gyung (email@example.com)