Koreas fail to reach agreement at high-level military talks

Military officials from North and South Korea failed to reach an agreement after two days of high-level talks, the South’s Defence Ministry said today.

Military officials from North and South Korea failed to reach an agreement after two days of high-level talks, the South’s Defence Ministry said today.

The North and South had been seeking ways to prevent naval clashes in disputed waters off the peninsula’s western coast.

There were no further details immediately available on the points of dispute during the talks, held at the truce village of Panmunjom inside the Demilitarised Zone.

The talks were the third such meeting between generals from the two Koreas, and the first to be held in nearly two years.

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