South Korea will seek the support of countries in the region at this week's Asean-led meetings in Singapore to encourage Pyongyang to deliver on its vow to denuclearise, and hold it to account if necessary.
The international community's unified position on North Korea's missile and nuclear provocations helped set in motion historic summits that could potentially lead to a lasting peace on the Korean peninsula, South Korean Foreign Minister Kang Kyung-wha told The Straits Times in an exclusive interview yesterday.
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